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  • North Penn Water Authority - Committed to Providing Safe, Reliable, and Economical Water - NPWA Receives Certificate of Approval recognizing wellhead protection program
    Links More News NPWA Annual Fire Hydrant Inspection and Flushing Program Scheduled 03 31 2016 NPWA Recognizes Owen Kratz of Lansdale for 60 Years of Service 11 16 2015 North Penn Water Authority Participates in Toys for Tots Program 10 20 2015 50th Anniversary Open House on Friday September 11 09 04 2015 North Penn Water Authority Encourages Customers to Refill from the Tap 07 16 2015 Director NP Water Authority s water quality is excellent and the water is safe 06 30 2015 North Penn Water Authority Releases 2014 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report 06 25 2015 NPWA Presents Service Awards 06 01 2015 Welding work underway canopy coming soon to paint water authority tank 05 25 2015 NPWA Annual Fire Hydrant Inspection and Flushing Program Scheduled 03 30 2015 Back To News List NPWA Receives Certificate of Approval recognizing wellhead protection program December 16 2010 Friday December 17 2010 Contact Tony Bellitto 215 855 3617 The North Penn Water Authority was recently awarded a Certificate of Approval by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection PA DEP to recognize the Authority s successful completion of a wellhead protection program Implementation of this program exemplifies a strong commitment to source

    Original URL path: http://www.northpennwater.org/newsdetails.php?p=30&id=15/NPWA-Receives-Certificate-of-Approval-recognizing-wellhead-protection-program (2016-04-30)
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  • North Penn Water Authority - Committed to Providing Safe, Reliable, and Economical Water - NPWA Presented Community Award
    on Friday September 11 09 04 2015 North Penn Water Authority Encourages Customers to Refill from the Tap 07 16 2015 Director NP Water Authority s water quality is excellent and the water is safe 06 30 2015 North Penn Water Authority Releases 2014 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report 06 25 2015 NPWA Presents Service Awards 06 01 2015 Welding work underway canopy coming soon to paint water authority tank 05 25 2015 NPWA Annual Fire Hydrant Inspection and Flushing Program Scheduled 03 30 2015 Back To News List NPWA Presented Community Award June 15 2010 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Wednesday June 16 2010 Contact Anthony J Bellitto Jr P E 215 855 3617 The North Penn Water Authority was recently honored to receive the annual Community Award from the Montgomery County Partnership Transportation Management Association TMA in recognition of its successful project to replace over one mile of old water main on Main Street in Lansdale Borough last fall The TMA noted in its decision to give the Authority this recognition that this project was exemplary for the extent of community outreach efforts the North Penn Water Authority undertook to educate and inform the public This helped to minimize the disruptive impact to the local residences and businesses in the area and kept the traffic delays minor Anthony J Bellitto Jr P E Executive Director for the North Penn Water Authority stated that The Authority is thankful for the collaboration and cooperation we received from Lansdale Borough the Public Works Department the Police and Fire Departments PennDOT SEPTA rail and bus PECO the news media the school district and the local business community They all did an outstanding job in assisting the Authority and our contractor Joao Bradley to complete this project successfully and on time Mr Bellitto went on

    Original URL path: http://www.northpennwater.org/newsdetails.php?p=30&id=19/NPWA-Presented-Community-Award (2016-04-30)
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  • North Penn Water Authority - Committed to Providing Safe, Reliable, and Economical Water - Statement By NPWA on Pharmaceuticals in Drinking Water - March 18, 2008
    our customers that our water is safe to drink Indeed many of our own employees and Board members are customers of NPWA in their own homes so they and their family members also drink the same water as the rest of our customers We would not do so if we had any doubt about its safety and purity All of us at NPWA have a closely vested interest both professionally and personally to ensure that our water is the highest quality possible To meet that increasingly high standard for water quality NPWA recently upgraded our jointly owned treatment plant at Forest Park to install membrane treatment technology This is the best most advanced treatment available in the water utility industry Forest Park is one of only a small number of drinking water treatment plants of its size in the nation that has installed this advanced treatment capability Also installed at Forest Park is polishing carbon filtration and ozonation for disinfection which together with the membranes provide a highly effective multi barrier treatment capability There is simply no better way available to treat drinking water today and we re very fortunate that we ve got it right here in the North Penn region which even many of the largest cities in America do not yet have NPWA meets or exceeds all of the most stringent water quality standards required by the federal and state governments We are held to these high quality standards every day and we have continually performed to these standards without any violation for many many years The drinking water industry is one of the most highly regulated and closely monitored industries in the nation Today the EPA and DEP require all water utilities to test for a far greater number of contaminants than ever before and treatment plants are required to remove contaminants to lower and lower levels This is all part of the proactive nature of the water utility industry to be always more diligent about continuous improvement in our product for the protection of public health We re better now than we were many years ago and we all strive to be even better in the future NPWA did not participate in the studies that were referenced in the recent news articles There is in fact a very large number of contaminants that we are required to test for which we do on a regular basis We do not test for pharmaceuticals in the water because we are not required to do so by any federal or state regulations More importantly even if we did there is nobody in the scientific research community that can say what those numbers mean However given the sensitive nature of this subject NPWA will give consideration to the possibility of conducting such testing in the future It is critical to keep in mind that at the extremely low concentrations of pharmaceuticals found in the studies referenced by the media there is zero scientific evidence that there is any correlation

    Original URL path: http://www.northpennwater.org/newsdetails.php?p=30&id=20/Statement-By-NPWA-on-Pharmaceuticals-in-Drinking-Water---March-18,-2008 (2016-04-30)
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  • North Penn Water Authority - Committed to Providing Safe, Reliable, and Economical Water - Project Updates
    the new prison facility is completed it will become a major customer of NPWA The new Skippack tank will support our new customers while allowing for residual benefits of stabile pressure and water storage to the surrounding communities served These three tank projects result in expenditures totaling approximately 15 000 000 Main Replacement and Improvement Projects In 2015 the Authority is continuing its aggressive Main Replacement Program We work closely with local municipalities to coordinate and schedule additional main replacement projects as opportunities become available 2015 Areas of Active Projects Township or Borough Street Work Status Lower Salford Township Old Morris Road Extension of 16 transmission main Booster Station upgrade establishment of new pressure zone Completed Franconia Township Godshall Road Replacement of 8 main between 113 Lower Road Completed Sellersville Borough Branch Street Replacement of 12 main across Perkiomen Creek to West Park Avenue Completed Upper Gwynedd Township Rosemont Avenue Replacement of aged 8 cast main with 8 ductile main Completed Lansdale Borough Third Street Rehabilitation of 12 cast main renewal of 53 services Completed Sellersville Borough Maple Avenue to Grove Circle Extension of 12 main for grid reinforcement Completed Worcester Township Cherry Circle Replacement of 26 services Completed Lansdale Borough Perkiomen Avenue Replacement of aged 4 cast main with 8 ductile main Completed Souderton Borough Green Street Replacement of 4 cast main with 8 ductile main Completed Souderton Borough Montgomery Avenue Replacement of 6 cast main with 8 ductile main Final Restoration Pending Towamencin Township Allentown Road Replacement of 6 cast main with 8 ductile main Completed Towamencin Township Woodlawn Drive Replacement of 6 cast main with 8 ductile main Final Restoration Pending Developer Projects Throughout our service area there are projects involving the extension of our water system into a new development Typically this work is done by

    Original URL path: http://www.northpennwater.org/p-90-Project-Updates (2016-04-30)
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  • North Penn Water Authority - Committed to Providing Safe, Reliable, and Economical Water - Project Photos
    News In the Community Newsletters Press Releases Photos Water Improvement Projects Environmental Stewardship Educational Resources Games In the Classroom School Projects Educational Links Chad A Shad Water Cycle Contact Us Contact Us Public Notification Contact Emergency Information Customer Corner Links News In the Community Newsletters Press Releases Photos Water Improvement Projects Project Updates Project Photos Environmental Stewardship Project Photos Franconia Tank Construction SITE CONTENT Home About NPWA Our Water Customer

    Original URL path: http://www.northpennwater.org/p-91-Project-Photos (2016-04-30)
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  • North Penn Water Authority - Committed to Providing Safe, Reliable, and Economical Water - NPWA Water Cycle Puzzle
    Stewardship Educational Resources Games In the Classroom School Projects Educational Links Chad A Shad Water Cycle Contact Us Contact Us Public Notification Contact Emergency Information Customer Corner Links Educational Resources Games NPWA Water Cycle Puzzle NPWA Word Search NPWA Crossword NPWA Sliding Puzzle NPWA Water Quiz Water Water Everywhere Word Search The Water Cycle Word Search The Water Cycle 2 Word Search In the Classroom School Projects Educational Links Chad

    Original URL path: http://www.northpennwater.org/p-117-NPWA-Water-Cycle-Puzzle (2016-04-30)
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  • North Penn Water Authority - Committed to Providing Safe, Reliable, and Economical Water - NPWA Word Search
    the Classroom School Projects Educational Links Chad A Shad Water Cycle Contact Us Contact Us Public Notification Contact Emergency Information Customer Corner Links Educational Resources Games NPWA Water Cycle Puzzle NPWA Word Search NPWA Crossword NPWA Sliding Puzzle NPWA Water Quiz Water Water Everywhere Word Search The Water Cycle Word Search The Water Cycle 2 Word Search In the Classroom School Projects Educational Links Chad A Shad Water Cycle NPWA

    Original URL path: http://www.northpennwater.org/p-118-NPWA-Word-Search (2016-04-30)
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  • North Penn Water Authority - Committed to Providing Safe, Reliable, and Economical Water - NPWA Crossword
    In the Classroom School Projects Educational Links Chad A Shad Water Cycle Contact Us Contact Us Public Notification Contact Emergency Information Customer Corner Links Educational Resources Games NPWA Water Cycle Puzzle NPWA Word Search NPWA Crossword NPWA Sliding Puzzle NPWA Water Quiz Water Water Everywhere Word Search The Water Cycle Word Search The Water Cycle 2 Word Search In the Classroom School Projects Educational Links Chad A Shad Water Cycle

    Original URL path: http://www.northpennwater.org/p-119-NPWA-Crossword (2016-04-30)
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