Pennsylvania American, the utility that supplies water to some Upper Providence Township properties, gave it a $2,820 grant to fund its watershed education program and activities.
The paperwork is signed; the $13 million sale amount has been transferred. As of Tuesday, Royersford Borough's wastewater system became the property of Pennsylvania American Water.
If you're a high school senior living in a western Montgomery household served by Pennsylvania American Water, and you're interested in water-related sciences, a $1,000 scholarship may await.
The local water utility company has annually provided grant funding for innovative water quality and improvement programs since 2005. It's now accepting applications for 2021 submissions.
One person's life-saving equipment, providing protection against the coronavirus, has in some areas litter-ally become street trash. Dispose of masks and gloves properly, a local water supplier asks.
Gloriously colored fall foliage made nature lovers gasp just a week or two ago. Now it's less beautiful and also clogging roadside storm sewers, Pennsylvania American Water Company reports.
Pennsylvania American Water has issued its annual round of firefighting support grants, and this year's recipients include the Sanatoga Fire Company, and Limerick and Royersford fire departments.
A boil-water advisory for a portion of Perkiomen Township served by Pennsylvania American Water remained in effect Tuesday as of 8 a.m., after an emergency health alert was issued Monday afternoon.