MAWSA is a proud participant in the Pennsylvania One Call System, which strives to prevent injury, property damage, and service interruptions.
Volunteers from all over the service area serve the community and help keep rates stable by giving a hand to maintain hydrants.
A phone call notification system is used to contact MAWSA customers of emergencies such as boil water advisories.
Meters & Transmitters
Radio read water meters are typically located in basements. Sometimes they are placed in external meter pits underground. They are two separate pieces of equipment. Customers on the waiting list for a meter replacement may anticipate a call from MAWSA, Haldeman Mechanical Inc., Kyle at HFE LLC, or Kentrel Inc. in relation to these replacements. Contractors and MAWSA Staff will have uniforms and appropriate identification. If you receive a call, please feel free to call our office to confirm if a work order has been placed for your service location.
Radio read water meters are typically located in basements. Sometimes they are placed in external meter pits underground. (Meters and transmitters are two separate pieces of equipment.)
As a reminder, for your safety and the safety of others, please retain a 6′ distance from installers during appointments.
Safe drinking water starts at the source, which is why we partner with local agencies to assure water is safe to drink from the source to your tap. Resources about protecting water sources are Chiques Watershed Alliance and Pennsylvania Water Science Center.