Aqua Pennsylvania Undertakes Large-Scale Water Main Replacement in Chester County

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CHESTER COUNTY, PA — Aqua Pennsylvania is set to replace nearly 9,500 feet of aging water mains in Tredyffrin and East Goshen townships. The company’s ongoing infrastructure improvement initiative will see the replacement of 8-inch cast iron water mains with new, more durable 8-inch ductile iron water mains. Notably, these new mains are made up of almost 90 percent recycled metal materials.

This significant investment is part of Aqua’s nationwide program aimed at replacing outdated water and wastewater infrastructure. The installation of new water mains will help minimize the risk of main breaks and discolored water incidents, and enhance water flow for customers throughout Chester County.

In Tredyffrin Township, work crews are busy replacing 6,375 feet of old 8-inch water main on Yellow Springs Road between North Valley and Yellow Springs roads, Salem Way between Yellow Springs Road and the end of the cul-de-sac, and Salem Court between Salem Way and the end of the cul-de-sac.

Meanwhile, in East Goshen Township, the replacement of 3,200 feet of aging 8-inch water main is underway on East Strasburg Road between North Chester Road and Springhouse Lane, and Springhouse Lane between East Strasburg Road and the end of the cul-de-sac.

These infrastructural upgrades aim to underscore Aqua’s commitment to providing high-quality, reliable drinking water and safe wastewater solutions to its customers. For more information about Aqua’s efforts to improve America’s water infrastructure, visit the company’s website.

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