This committee was created as a joint venture of Bridgeton, Nockamixon and Tinicum Townships by an ordinance adopted in September of 2000. It is comprised of representatives from all three townships responsible for working with the governments of those townships to study and advise them on decisions affecting the quantity and quality of out Township’s groundwater.
The BNTJGC proposes and conducts scientific studies, regulatory reviews and educational programs. It also works to facilitate coordination of related municipal programs that ensure a safe, reliable and adequate water supply to support intended uses within the capacity of available groundwater resources.
Meetings are held the third Wednesday of the month at the Nockamixon Township Municipal Building located at 589 Lake Warren Road, Upper Black Eddy, PA.