Hackensack Water Company Complex

Hackensack Water Company Complex

The Hackensack Water Company developed water supply and storage in northeastern New Jersey during the latter part of 19th and the 20th century, initially to provide service to the towns of North Hudson, and the cities of Hoboken and Hackensack. Originally its headquarters and major facilities were located in Weehawken.

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