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ALCOSAN Launches Public Health Alerts

As Pittsburghers start heading to the rivers for the season, ALCOSAN activated its public health advisory system today, keeping citizens informed through text, email, web and flags posted along the three rivers that detail when sewage overflows occur. These alerts will be posted through October 31.

ALCOSAN Praises Rand Study

A RAND Corporation study released yesterday calls needed attention to the enormous work that lies ahead to ensure the clean waterways that are essential for the health and economic of vitality of the region for generations to come.

PRC Honors ALCOSAN for Environmental Practices

ALCOSAN was among 10 organizations and businesses honored by the Pennsylvania Resources Council on February 23 for their efforts to divert waste during 2016.

Registration for Clean Water Academy Now Open

Registration is now open for the Allegheny County Sanitary Authority’s Clean Water Academy.

ALCOSAN Awards $9 Million for 32 Municipal Projects

The Allegheny County Sanitary Authority Board of Directors has approved $9 million in matching grants for 32 municipal projects that will significantly reduce the volume of sewer overflows within the ALCOSAN collection system.

ALCOSAN Board Elects Sylvia Wilson Chair

The Allegheny County Sanitary Authority Board of Directors on Thursday afternoon unanimously elected member Sylvia C. Wilson as chairperson. 
 

ALCOSAN Explains Its New Clean Water Assistance Fund

Members of the public who attended ALCOSAN’s annual meeting Thursday afternoon left with a better understanding of how its new Clean Water Assistance Fund can help low-income families in paying their sewer bills.

ALCOSAN Executive Director Honored by YWCA

ALCOSAN Executive Director Arletta Scott Williams was presented with the Greater Pittsburgh YWCA’s 2016 Racial Justice Award for business and professional services.

ALCOSAN Board Approves Customer Assistance Program

The Board of Directors of the Allegheny County Sanitary Authority on Thursday, October 27, awarded a contract to Dollar Energy Fund Inc. to administer a customer assistance program that will help low-income families and assure they have adequate wastewater treatment for their homes. ALCOSAN is expecting to launch the program in January.

ALCOSAN's Sewer-Cleaning Truck on Display (5/10/16)

Playing with trucks is always fun, even more so when tiny Tonkas are replaced with full-sized, working vehicles.

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