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  • In accordance with the PADEP permit number 6513521 dated May 2016, the Municipal Authority of Westmoreland County (MAWC) is notifying the Monroeville Municipal Authority that MAWC will be switching the disinfectant residual being supplied to the Authority to chloramines beginning May 3, 2017.  MAWC is required to provide 90 days' notice to the Authority prior to switching to chloramination.

    MAWC will notify Monroeville Municipal Authority when MAWC will change the disinfectant residual back to a...

    1 month 2 weeks ago
  • The Allegheny County Sanitary Authority has created the Clean Water Assistance Fund to help families pay their sewage treatement bills.  This program serves low-income residential customers in the 83 municipalities that ALCOSAN serves.  It is administered by Dollar Energy Funds.

     

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    2 months 2 weeks ago
  • The public utility that provides water to more than 400,000 residents in Western Pennsylvania said Wednesday that its system is virtually lead-free.

    Officials with the Municipal Authority of Westmoreland County said water samples collected last month revealed no traces of lead in more than 90 percent of tests performed throughout the system.

    “These tests show our corrosion-control practices are doing exactly what we anticipated them to do,” said Jack Ashton, the authority's assistant...

    4 months 2 weeks ago
  • Register your email address (and cell phone number) in order to RECEIVE UPDATES about your service from Monroeville Municipal Authority!!  Click on the GOLD Receive Updates box on the top right of our home page!

    10 months 3 weeks ago
  • The due date of monthly water/sewer bills is the 7th of each month!!  A $10.00 late fee will be assessed if balance is not paid by the due date. 

    10 months 3 weeks ago
  • Representatives of the Municipal Authority of Westmoreland County, Monroeville Municipal Authority, and Plum...

    11 months 1 week ago
  • IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR DRINKING WATER

    ESTE INFORME CONTIENE INFORMACION IMPORTANTE ACERCA DE SU AGUA POTABLE. HAGA QUE ALGUIEN LO TRADUZCA PARA USTED, O HABLE CON ALGUIEN QUE ENTIENDA

    The Monroeville Municipal Authority Transitions to a Chloramine Disinfection Process

    The Monroeville Municipal Authority (MMA) will be changing the way your drinking water is treated beginning the week of April 10, 2016. The MMA will be transitioning to the...

    1 year 2 months ago
  • The Monroeville Municipal Authority wishes to inform its customers of a sewer rate increase for 2016. The last rate increase occurred in 2015.

    Sewer rates will increase by 11% per 1,000 gallons. This increase was necessitated by an increase in sewer treatment charges from ALCOSAN of 11% on January 1, 2016 which will cost the Authority an additional $550,000 this year along with increases in normal operating costs. Also, ALCOSAN will increase their rates by 11% per year in 2017. ALCOSAN also...

    1 year 3 months ago
  • The Monroeville Municipal Authority (MMA) Has Levels of Total Trihalomethanes (TTHMs) Above Drinking Water Standards

    Our water system recently violated a drinking water standard. Although this incident was not an emergency, as our customers, you have the right to know what happened and what we did to correct this situation.

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    1 year 5 months ago
  • A $2 billion plan to reduce the sewage that flows into rivers and streams likely will increase sewer bills beyond a key Environmental Protection Agency threshold that accounts for customer income, according to projections the Allegheny County Sanitary Authority released on Wednesday....

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    2 years 6 months ago

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