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News and Events
40th Anniversary of the Point Pleasant Pump Station Project
It’s been 40 years since the start of construction of the Point Pleasant Pump Station that helps supply drinking water to more than 200,000 people in Bucks and Montgomery Counties. Back in the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s, our region was faced with water shortages due to drought and contaminated ground water, forcing NPWA to look to alternative sources of water.
Officials and Volunteers Begin Planting at Lower Salford Township Rain Garden
Officials gathered today at the Harleysville Community Center ball fields for the official groundbreaking of a rain garden. The planting of this rain garden is in partnership with North Penn Water Authority (NPWA), Perkiomen Watershed Conservancy (PWC) and Lower Salford Township.
NPWA Executive Director, Tony Bellitto's Interview with CityBiz, Brian Hart
On CityBiz’s “CEO Interviews,” Brian Hart interviews our Executive Director, Tony Bellitto. Check out this clip regarding the cost and affordability of NPWA water, and why it’s the “best bargain in town!”
Statement Regarding PFAS (Forever Chemicals)
The recent media coverage regarding PFAS (forever chemicals) in drinking water and other items that we use every day, like nonstick cookware, personal products and cosmetics, has been a cause for concern for customers.
Currently, the Pennsylvania DEP regulations for acceptable limits of PFAS in drinking water are 14 parts per trillion (ppt) for PFOA and 18 parts per trillion (ppt) for PFOS. The federal EPA is proposing a limit of 4 ppt for both PFOA and PFOS. NPWA drinking water meets this criteria.
2023 Hydrant Contest Winner Completes Painting
On June 23, NPWA welcomed Kalissie Loftus to their Operations Center to paint a fire hydrant, for which she submitted her winning design to their hydrant design contest held in May for Drinking Water Week. Kalissie painted the hydrant “Bob” in her winning minion design, as her family and several NPWA staff looked on. The hydrant will proudly be on display in front of NPWA’s Operations Center, located at 300 Forty Foot Road in Towamencin.
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