Aqua Pennsylvania Invests $1.7 million in Infrastructure Improvement Project to Benefit Customers on Main Line

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Aqua Pennsylvania has announced that a $1.7 million infrastructure improvement project is underway in Haverford Township to improve service reliability for customers. 

In Haverford Township, crews are at work on a $1.7 million project replacing 4,859 feet of aging six-, eight-, and 16-inch water mains with new six-, eight-, and 16-inch ductile iron water mains on Haverford Road between Karakung Drive and Ardmore Avenue.

Aqua’s work is expected to be completed by October.

These projects are part of Aqua’s continuing infrastructure improvement program that replaced more than 45 miles of aging main in Delaware County in 2020 to improve service reliability for customers. This year, Aqua expects to replace approximately 45 miles of main in Delaware County by year-end. The new water mains will reduce the potential for main breaks and discolored water and improve water flow in the area.

The capital spend for these projects is included in Aqua’s nearly $53 million infrastructure program planned for Delaware County in 2021.

Aqua Pennsylvania serves approximately 1.4 million people in 32 counties throughout Pennsylvania. Visit for more information or follow Aqua on Facebook at and on Twitter at @MyAquaAmerica.

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