Treasure Lake, PA – Aqua Pennsylvania were proud to cut the ribbon and show off the newly reconstructed and upgraded Treasure Lake West wastewater treatment plant.

The $8 million project included upsizing the West plant to consolidate all treatment to one location as well as treatment process improvements that will benefit the water quality in Narrows Creek. The old East plant, which is no longer needed, has been demolished and replaced with a new lift station that now pumps all flow from that site to the newly upgraded West plant for treatment.

Michael Convery, the project manager for the Treasure Lake location, took us on a tour of the facility.

Aqua will also update guests with information about the upcoming construction of a new $4 million water treatment facility for Treasure Lakes’ largest source water well. The facility will use a new treatment process specifically designed to remove iron and manganese and increase production by 82 percent.

Since taking ownership of the Treasure Lake system in 2013, Aqua has spent at total of $38.4 million to improve the water and wastewater infrastructure there.

Tour of upgraded Aqua Treasure Lake wastewater treatment facility

A tour of the new Aqua America waste water treatment facility in Treasure Lake

Posted by Connect FM on Thursday, November 7, 2019

Ribbon cutting for Aqua Treasure Lake wastewater treatment facility

Aqua America has their ribbon cutting for the new waste treatment facility in Treasure Lake

Posted by Connect FM on Thursday, November 7, 2019