Pennsylvania American Water today announced its 2017 plans to rehabilitate 10 existing water storage tanks, as well as erect four new storage structures.
“Storage tanks are essential to our water infrastructure to ensure 24/7 service reliability to meet the community’s needs and provide fire protection,” said Pennsylvania American Water President Jeffrey McIntyre. “Building new tanks will address customer demand, plus the rehab projects are a prudent, investment that extends the tanks’ lifespan, which is more cost-efficient than replacing the structures.”
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