By Pittsburgh Business Times
Butler County Indiana County Mercer County Venango County Venango County Washington County
- Edgeworth Borough Municipal Authority received a $3 million loan to construct a new water storage tank, a pump station and replace about half a mile of water distribution pipe to improve water pressure in the system and eliminate the threat of chemical contamination of the drinking water from the existing storage tank.
- West Mifflin Sanitary Sewer Authority received a $1.2 million loan to reline nearly five miles of collection lines and make other system improvements to reduce wet weather overflows of untreated wastewater into the Monongahela River.
- Butler Area Sewer Authority received a $13 million loan to construct surge tanks, three pump stations and about one mile of sewage collection lines to eliminate the discharge of raw sewage into publicly accessible areas during wet weather.
- Greater Johnstown Water Authority received a $9.8 million loan to construct nearly 17 miles of new water distribution lines, two new water storage tanks, a pump station and numerous other distribution system upgrades to improve the safety and reliability of water supplied to system customers.
- Ferndale Borough received a $2.8 million loan to install six miles of sewage collection lines to eliminate five combined sewer overflows in the system that are discharging sewage into Stony Creek during wet weather.
- Monessen City received a $5.1 million grant to install more than five miles of sewage collection lines to eliminate wet weather discharges of raw sewage into tributaries of the Monongahela River.
- Washington Township Municipal Authority received a $936,000 loan to construct more than five miles of sewage collection lines to eliminate the use of malfunctioning on-lot septic systems that are discharging untreated sewage into Pine Run. The project also will provide service to the Westmoreland County Business and Research Park, allowing it to continue operating and potentially add new business tenants.
- Central Indiana County Water Authority received a $2 million loan to construct a new water storage tank, replace more than a mile of water distribution lines to improve water pressure and reliability of the system.
- Indiana County Municipal Services Authority received a $3.5 million grant to construct a new public drinking water well, new storage tank and more than seven miles of water distribution lines to serve Plumville Borough and portions of South Mahoning Township where half of the individual drinking water wells are contaminated by fecal coliform bacteria and gasoline.
- Indiana County Municipal Services Authority received a $2 million grant to construct nearly five miles of collection lines to eliminate the use of an outmoded sewage treatment plant by transporting waste from the existing plant's customers, as well as additional households with malfunctioning on-lot systems, to a treatment plant in a neighboring community.
- Aqua PA (Shenango) received a $1.5 million loan to make repairs to an unsafe and deteriorated intake dam to improve both public safety and the reliability of service to drinking water customers.
- Aqua PA (Emlenton) received a $3.1 million loan to construct a new water treatment plant and improve an existing reservoir to eliminate cryptosporidium and other waterborne pathogens from the public water supply.
- Sugarcreek Borough received a $6.8 million loan to repair nearly 16 miles of sewage collection lines and laterals, as well as 150 manholes, to eliminate wet weather discharges of untreated waste into French Creek and the Allegheny River.
- Amwell Township received a $229,000 grant to design more than four miles of sewage collection lines and force main, as well as a pump station, to eliminate the use of malfunctioning on-lot septic systems that are contaminating Little Ten Mile Run and local drinking water wells.