Aqua Pennsylvania announced the completion of $2.6 million in infrastructure improvement projects in the townships of Westtown, East Goshen and Pocopson. These upgrades will improve reliability for Chester County customers.
Crews completed a $1 million project in Westtown Township to replace approximately 4,100 feet of aging 8-inch non-metallic pipe with a new 8-inch ductile iron water pipe on Shiloh Road between Ashley Roads and Little Shiloh.
In the Township of East Goshen, crews completed a $901,000 project to replace approximately 4,800 feet of aging 8-inch non-metallic pipe with a new 8-inch ductile iron main on the following streets:
• Heather Lane between Boot Road and Irene Drive
• Clover Lane between Boot Road and Chambord Place
• Thistle Lane between Clover and Heather lanes
Recently, crews also completed a $780,000 project in Pocopson Township to install a new 12-inch ductile iron water main on the following streets:
• Pocopson Road (SR 3023) between West Street Road (SR 926) and Trolley Way
• West Street Road (SR 926) between Pocopson Road (SR 3023) and a point 700 feet west of Pocopson Road.
These projects are part of Aqua’s ongoing infrastructure improvement program. The new water lines will reduce the risk of broken pipes and discolored water and will improve water flow in the area.
Aqua Pennsylvania serves approximately 1.5 million people in 32 counties in Pennsylvania.