Pa. American Water buys Sadsbury wastewater system

Pennsylvania American Water, a subsidiary of American Water (NYSE: AWK), announced today that it has signed an agreement to acquire the wastewater assets of Sadsbury Township in Chester County. The total value of the transaction is approximately $9.25 million. The Sadsbury wastewater system serves approximately 1,000 customers.

Tips to keep water pipes from freezing

With weather forecasters predicting cold temperatures very soon, Pennsylvania American Water today advised homeowners to prepare their homes now to prevent frozen and damaged household pipes. “We have experienced some mild winters in recent years, but that doesn’t mean customers should neglect to protect vulnerable areas of their homes to avoid frozen pipes that can burst and result in costly damage,”...

Horning named new supervisor of Coatesville Water plant

COATESVILLE — Pennsylvania American Water announced today the promotion of Thomas Horning to the position of production supervisor of its Coatesville Area Water Treatment Plant. In his new role, Horning will be responsible for the daily operations of the treatment facility, which is located in West Caln Township and provides water service to approximately 12,000 customers in western Chester County.

PA American Water presents environmental grant for educational camp

  Brandywine Red Clay Alliance received a $4,500 grant from PA American Water COATESVILLE, Pa. (July 7, 2015) – Pennsylvania American Water said today it awarded one of its 2015 Environmental Grants to the Brandywine Red Clay Alliance, which is among seven watershed initiatives across the state that earned financial support through the company’s Environmental Grant Program.