BCWSA – Investing in Our Future
Water and sanitary sewer service is essential to our families, our economy and the environment. BCWSA is investing $155 million in the lines, treatment plants and other infrastructure needed to deliver sewer service to more than a half a million residents for the next 60 years.
SECURING THE NECESSARY FUNDS TO INVEST IN OUR INFRASTRUCTURE
Infrastructure improvements are paid for by BCWSA-issued bonds. Sewer rate revenue is used to repay
MAINTAINING NESHAMINY INTERCEPTOR
Bypassing and replacing 12 miles of aging pipe infrastructure that transports wastewater from lower Bucks County to a treatment facility in Philadelphia.
preventing inflow and infiltration
Saving money and protecting our environment by keeping groundwater out of our wastewater system.
Televised Inspection Of Sewer Lines
Specially made fiber optic cameras allow for a visual inspection of underground sewer lines and other piping to identify where repairs are needed.
HELPING CUSTOMERS & COMMUNITIES IDENTIFY SEWER LINE ISSUES
Home and property owners sometimes contribute inflow and infiltration. We work with residents and businesses to mitigate these unmetered flows.