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PTSA Service Area Map

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Sewer Collection System

The collection system consists of approximately 130 miles of public sewers and 8 pumping stations. The pumping stations were installed in areas where topography elevations do not permit gravity flow of sewage to either of the treatment facilities.

Each of the pump stations, with the exception of Fairway Estates, are equipped with automatic telephone dialers for automatic notification of equipment failure, loss of power, and high wet well level. The dialers are programmed to call the Sanitary Authority’s emergency cell phone so that crews can be dispatched immediately regardless of the time of day to investigate the cause of the fault and to correct it. The Fairways Estates Pump Station is equipped with an oversized emergency storage vault, and, therefore, the Sanitary Authority deemed that an autodialer at this location was not required. 

Brush Run Watershed: The Sanitary Authority is responsible for the maintenance and repair of approximately 84 miles of public sewer in the Brush Run Sewer System.

Pump Stations

Design Capacity
Gallons per Day

Homes Served

Colony Manor

Fairway Estates

Hidden Brook

Maple Lane    

Rutledge Drive 

Sylvania Drive  

115,000

36,000

315,000

216,000

144,000

144,000

31

11

current 198 / build out 293

current 43 / build out 65

73

11

Donaldson Crossroads Watershed: The Sanitary Authority is responsible for the maintenance and repair of approximately 43 miles of public sewer in the Donaldson Crossroads Sewer System.

Pump Stations

Design Capacity
Gallons per Day

Homes Served

Stratford Manor          

Waterdam Plaza

144,000

223,000

72

95

Marella Manor Watershed: The Marella Manor Watershed consists of approximately 1.5 miles of public sewers and the wastewater receives treatment in the ALCOSAN system.

 

GIS System

The Sanitary Authority maintains a Geographical Information System (GIS) in conjunction with Peters Township wherein all public sanitary sewers are graphically displayed along with properties, roads, streams, and contours.  The Sanitary Authority continues to expand its GIS system to enhance its maintenance records and sewer mapping abilities.