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  • North Penn Water Authority - Committed to Providing Safe, Reliable, and Economical Water - Meeting Schedule
    Your Water Treatment Process Getting it to Your Tap Conservation Water Facts Water Quality Reports Water Stats Customer Service Customer Service Billing Information Water Meter Information Helpful Tips FAQs 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 About NPWA About NPWA Locate Us History Service Area Board of Directors Management Team Meeting Schedule Photo Gallery Employment Business Financials Annual Reports Meeting Schedule The schedule of regular meetings of the North Penn Water Authority Board of Directors for 2016 is set forth below January 26 February 23 March 22 April 26 May 24 June 28 July 26 August 23 September 27 October 25 November 22 December 20 All meetings will be held at the office of the North Penn Water Authority 300 Forty Foot Road Lansdale Pennsylvania at 7 30 p m SITE CONTENT Home About NPWA Our Water Customer Service News Edu Resources Contact Us Links Emergency Information CUSTOMER SERVICE Billing Information Water Meter Information Helpful Tips FAQs BUSINESS Homeowners Contractors Developers Requesting Authority Info CONTACT INFORMATION North

    Original URL path: http://www.northpennwater.org/p-13-Meeting-Schedule (2016-04-30)
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  • North Penn Water Authority - Committed to Providing Safe, Reliable, and Economical Water - Photo Gallery
    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 About NPWA About NPWA Locate Us History Service Area Board of Directors Management Team Meeting Schedule Photo Gallery Employment Business Financials Annual Reports Photo Gallery Say hello to all of our wonderful NPWA employees in our many departments

    Original URL path: http://www.northpennwater.org/p-14-Photo-Gallery (2016-04-30)
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  • North Penn Water Authority - Committed to Providing Safe, Reliable, and Economical Water - Employment
    NPWA About NPWA Locate Us History Service Area Board of Directors Management Team Meeting Schedule Photo Gallery Employment Business Financials Annual Reports Employment Thank you for your interest in employment with the North Penn Water Authority North Penn Water Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer EOE The Authority s policy relates to all phases of employment including but not limited to recruitment employment promotion rates of pay and other forms of compensation Our dedicated professional workforce is responsible for providing high quality water in a reliable way to over 33 500 customers The Authority currently has no job openings If you wish to submit your application 1 Click here to download our electronic PDF application Upon opening the PDF application it must first be saved to your computer before entering data in order to ensure that the information is properly saved Please verify the completed application has been saved prior to submitting 2 Fill out the short Job Application form below and attach your completed electronic PDF application You may also attach your resume 3 Submit the form You will receive a message stating the success of your submission Job Application Form Job Application Form Please fill in the requested

    Original URL path: http://www.northpennwater.org/p-15-Employment (2016-04-30)
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  • North Penn Water Authority - Committed to Providing Safe, Reliable, and Economical Water - Business
    Links Chad A Shad Water Cycle Contact Us Contact Us Public Notification Contact Emergency Information Customer Corner Links Business Business Homeowners Contractors Developers Requesting Authority Info Business This section has been provided to give Homeowners Developers and Contractors easy access to information they may need while they are doing business with the Authority Please click on any of the above links for assistance If you wish to see additional information

    Original URL path: http://www.northpennwater.org/n-10-Business-with-Us (2016-04-30)
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  • North Penn Water Authority - Committed to Providing Safe, Reliable, and Economical Water - Financials
    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 About NPWA About NPWA Locate Us History Service Area Board of Directors Management Team Meeting Schedule Photo Gallery Employment Business Financials Financial Statements Audited Financial Report Annual Reports Financials This section provides you with information regarding the Authority s Financial Statements and

    Original URL path: http://www.northpennwater.org/p-111-Financials (2016-04-30)
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  • North Penn Water Authority - Committed to Providing Safe, Reliable, and Economical Water - Annual Reports
    Links Chad A Shad Water Cycle Contact Us Contact Us Public Notification Contact Emergency Information Customer Corner Links About NPWA About NPWA Locate Us History Service Area Board of Directors Management Team Meeting Schedule Photo Gallery Employment Business Financials Annual Reports Annual Reports 2014 Annual Report Click here for Center Spread PDF 2013 Annual Report 2012 Annual Report 2011 Annual Report 2010 Annual Report 2009 Annual Report 2008 Annual Report

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  • North Penn Water Authority - Committed to Providing Safe, Reliable, and Economical Water - Our Water
    A Shad Water Cycle Contact Us Contact Us Public Notification Contact Emergency Information Customer Corner Links Our Water Our Water About Your Water Treatment Process Getting it to Your Tap Conservation Water Facts Water Quality Reports Water Stats Our Water This section is provided to answer questions about the North Penn Water Authority s source and general questions regarding water In the About Your Water section you will find answers to questions such as Where does my water come from How can I protect the source of my drinking water Is NPWA water fluoridated How hard is my water and many others In the Treatment Process portion you can learn about the treatment processes used at the Forest Park Water Treatment Plant and how upon completion of this process the water is then distributed to you as detailed in the Getting It To Your Tap section To learn more about Conservation including the Water Cycle Watershed information and about Protecting the Source click on each of these related links We ve also included a section on general Water Facts that will be helpful to know If you have a specific question regarding your water that is not answered with this

    Original URL path: http://www.northpennwater.org/p-42-Our-Water (2016-04-30)
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  • North Penn Water Authority - Committed to Providing Safe, Reliable, and Economical Water - About Your Water
    receive approximately 85 of their water from surface water treated at the Forest Park Water Treatment Plant located in Chalfont Surface water is generally softer than groundwater The remaining 15 is derived from wells which provide harder water throughout the distribution system This conjunctive use combining ground water and surface water effectively increases the overall water supply As a result of this blending water in the NPWA system ranges from 3 to 18 grains of hardness per gallon Since the water is softer now than in years past due to a greater use of the Forest Park supply some customers may no longer need to purchase salt to soften their water While determining the water hardness that you prefer is an individual matter knowing the hardness of the water in your area may help you to make the right choice Since a water softener removes nearly all the calcium and magnesium from the water no scale buildup occurs Over softening of your water in addition to wasting salt may cause your metal plumbing to become more susceptible to the dissolving action of the water passing through it Determining the total hardness in your area amount of water use in your household along with estimating softener size and regeneration cycles will allow you to make the best choice should you decide to purchase a water softener For information about the hardness level in your area please contact the Authority office at 215 855 3617 ext 130 Why does my tap water taste like chlorine Chlorine is used for disinfection at all of the NPWA wells and as a final step in the Forest Park Water treatment plant to kill any remaining potential disease causing organisms Chlorination is one of the most important processes used in the production of safe drinking water in the United States Water borne diseases including cholera dysentery and typhoid fever are no longer a problem in public water supplies in the U S mainly because of chlorination and proper treatment practices State and federal laws mandate that water utilities maintain a disinfectant residual throughout their entire distribution system Because of that customers who are located near the point of chlorination may notice an odor while those customers at the end of the line may not notice any odor For customers who find the taste or odor of chlorine unpleasant fill a pitcher with cold water and leave it sit on the counter uncovered for several hours before covering it and placing the pitcher in the refrigerator This will allow the chlorine to dissipate removing the chlorine from the water Why is my water discolored The presence of certain metals in the water can cause the water to become discolored Two of the more commonly found metals in the North Penn area are iron and manganese Neither iron nor manganese is considered a toxic metal However when the metal concentration gets above a certain level the water becomes discolored Iron turns the water brown and manganese turns the

    Original URL path: http://www.northpennwater.org/p-43-About-Your-Water (2016-04-30)
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