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Pennsylvania American Water paying nearly $62K for wastewater system in Pike County

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Pennsylvania American Water, the commonwealth's largest investor-owned water utility, is scooping up a small wastewater system in Pike County.

The Derry Township-based company, which is moving to Cumberland County next year, announced Tuesday that it has signed an agreement to purchase the wastewater assets of the Delaware Sewer Company in Delaware Township. The system serves 40 customers and the transaction is valued at $61,700.

Pennsylvania American Water said the small system has suffered from a lack of investment and proper maintenance, including failing sand mounds, which led to an investigation by the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission in 2016. That process resulted in the the system being put up for sale.

The PUC must approve the system sale and Pennsylvania American will be required to submit a plan for infrastructure upgrades.

Pennsylvania American Water said it expects to close on the deal by the third quarter of 2019. After the deal wraps up, the utility said it plans to start making improvements.

The company also owns the Clean Treatment wastewater operations in Delaware Township. That system, which was acquired in 2013, serves about 1,000 residents.

The Pike County system is one of several recent additions for Pennsylvania American Water.

Last month, the company agreed to buy Steelton's water system in Dauphin County.

Prior to that, the company completed a $1 million acquisition in the Borough of Turbotville, Northumberland County. At the end of May, it spent $96 million on a wastewater system in Exeter Township, Berks County.

Pennsylvania American is a subsidiary of New Jersey-based American Water.

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