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CONTRACTS CURRENTLY OUT FOR BIDS

Our next project, replacement of the Crum Creek Pump Station, will go out for bid on March 15, 2019 using PennBid.  See below for a project description (1/16/19)

CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS BEING PLANNED

The next capital improvement project is the replacement of the Crum Creek Pump Station. 

The new pump station will be located next to the existing station in Crum Lynne, PA. and have a peak capacity of 24 mgd.

It is anticipated that the construction contract will go out for bids on March 15, 2019.  Please watch for the project on PennBid. 
(1/16/19)

The Water Environment Research Foundation studied the economic impact that the water industry has on the U.S. economy.   Take a look at that report.

WERF Economic Impact Abstract                   WEF Economic Impact Full Report (6MB)

DELCORA Enters Agreement with EPA to Invest in Major Infrastructure Improvements in the City of Chester

The Delaware County Regional Water Quality Control Authority has entered into an agreement with the federal US EPA to invest in major infrastructure upgrades to reduce overflows from the City of Chester's combined sewer system.  This agreement binds everyone that sends wastewater flows to the Western Regional Plant to participate in the costs of this plan.  The Central Delaware County Authority sends the bulk of our flows to the Western Regional Plant.

The plan is called a Long Term Control Plan, LTCP.  It is currently under development. 

View a presentation made by DELCORA on their Long Term Control Plan.  [click here]

Please visit the DELCORA website for more information.                           [click here  exit this site

Philadelphia Long Term Control Plan

CDCA is financially subject to both the Philadelphia Long Term Control Plan and the Chester Long Term Control Plan (see above).  For information on Philadelphia's plan, you can go to the City's website using this link.                                                                                   [click here exit this site

Should You Flush It?

Here is a YouTube Video on the subject of "Flushable Wipes".                    [click here exit this site

LIQUID ASSETS - a presentation by Penn State PBS.

Watch the trailer on YouTube                                                                    [click here exit this site

You can borrow the Liquid Assets DVD by contacting the Authority at 610-544-9944.

PLEASE CHECK OUT THESE WEBSITES

Water's Worth It™  exit this site
The Value of Water exit this site
AMERICA'S INFRASTRUCTURE REPORT CARD   exit this site
Work for Water    exit this site