Pittsburgh Sewer Authority Grant Program

Dec 09

Pittsburgh Sewer Authority Grant Program

The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority (PWSA) is committed to making green infrastructure part of the solution to improve water quality affected by stormwater runoff. Green infrastructure can be a cost-effective, sustainable and environmentally friendly solution for managing the volume, rate and water quality of stormwater runoff while providing many additional...

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Pittsburgh’s Siting Tool for Stormwater Improvements

Nov 25

Pittsburgh’s Siting Tool for Stormwater Improvements

The nonprofit organization 3 Rivers Wet Weather helped Allegheny County Sanitary Authority conduct a study on the feasibility of using green infrastructure as a cost-effective, long-term sustainable solution for Pittsburgh’s wet weather problems. Water resources engineers from the organization turned to an EPA tool for help identifying specific “best management...

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Pittsburgh’s High Tech Metering Upgrade

Nov 05

Pittsburgh’s High Tech Metering Upgrade

The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority (PWSA) is now providing state of the art Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) technology throughout the City of Pittsburgh. The innovative AMI system will greatly enhance monthly automated meter reads with a wireless system that collects multiple remote reads per day, allowing for better leak detection, increased billing...

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Pittsburgh Sewer Authority’s Charitable Green Deeds

Oct 20

Pittsburgh Sewer Authority’s Charitable Green Deeds

The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority (PWSA) is committed to a “green first” approach to improving water quality affected by storm water runoff. Green infrastructure (GI) can be a cost-effective, sustainable and environmentally friendly way to manage the volume, rate and water quality of storm water runoff while providing many additional benefits to...

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Alcosan’s Water Advisory System

Oct 06

Alcosan’s Water Advisory System

The Alleghany County Sanitary Authority (ALCOSAN) was created in 1946 under the Pennsylvania Municipal Authorities Act and began treating wastewater in 1959. Secondary (biological) treatment processes were added in 1972. The Authority is governed by a seven-member Board of Directors – three appointed by the Mayor of the City of Pittsburgh, three appointed by the...

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Sewer Project Approved for St. Clair Township

Sep 25

Sewer Project Approved for St. Clair Township

The residents of Butler County are looking forward to a new sewer design.  The City has just approved a $2.8 million for funding of a sewer rehabilitation project that began over two years ago.  This initiative is geared towards an approximate 228 residences that are positioned to receive the benefits of this sanitary sewer system.  The funding and grants are...

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Pittsburgh’s FYI on Rainstorms and Sewers

Jul 22

Pittsburgh’s FYI on Rainstorms and Sewers

Pittsburgh, did you know the 17th annual sewer conference is coming up in October?  The Monroeville Convention Center is hosting this year’s event on Oct.7th and 8th. It’ll be all things educational on how to deal with our ongoing sewer issues when the rain sets in. Plan for a plethora of information on this topic.  Our region does have its challenges...

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