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Diane Merle Sanitary Sewer Replacement Project

Construction of the replacement sanitary sewers along Diane Merle Drive was completed in October 2007.  This project included the construction of approximately 800 feet of 8-inch PVC sanitary sewer, along with the reconnection of 21 residential service laterals.  Final yard restoration was completed by William Bush Landscaping.  The purpose of the project was to replace a deteriorating VCP collector sewer with a new PVC sewer in an effort to reduce inflow and infiltration into the Authoritys sanitary sewer system.  The total cost of the project was approximately $200,000.

 

 

Marbury Road Sanitary Sewer Replacement Project

Construction of the replacement sanitary sewers along Marbury Road was completed in December 2007.  The project included the construction of approximately 1,100 feet of 8-inch PVC sanitary sewer, along with the reconnection of 26 residential service laterals.  The purpose of the project was to replace a deteriorating VCP collector sewer with a new PVC sewer in an effort to reduce inflow and infiltration into the Authoritys sanitary sewer system.  The total cost of the project was approximately $310,000.

 

Upcoming Projects

Penn's Woods Sanitary Sewer Replacement

A 6 year project is currently under way replacing and estimated 37,400 linear feet of sanitary sewers in the Penn's Woods neighborhood. The project is on-going at this time with Phase 3 scheduled to begin in April 2016. Over the past 24 months NHTMA's contractors have completed 2 phases of sewerline replacement thus far, replacing approximately 12,150 linear feet of 8" sewerline and manholes.

Construction or replacement sewers in Penn's Woods is expected to continue through 2019 with completion of Phase 3 hoping to be finished in October/November of 2016.

Future Projects will include replacing and/or repairing sewer lines and manholes, also cooperating with Western Westmoreland Municipal Authority as part of their long term control plan to remove I & I from our sewer system.