LCWSA SEWER SYSTEMS
LCWSA owns, operates and maintains the Montoursville Regional Sewer System (MRSS). In the 1990’s, the LCWSA partnered with Lycoming County, Borough of Montoursville, Fairfield Township and Loyalsock Township for the successful implementation of the MRSS. Following in 2004, LCWSA partnered with Muncy Township and Muncy Creek Township to provide sewer service for portions of those communities through the MRSS.
The MRSS provides sanitary sewer service to Montoursville, the portion of Fairfield Township south of Interstate I-180, the area of Muncy and Muncy Creek commonly referred to as Halls Station, and the eastern portion of Loyalsock Township. The MRSS serves approximately 3,000 customers in Montoursville, Fairfield Township, Muncy and Muncy Creek Townships as well as the bulk customer of Loyalsock Township.
The MRSS consists of a wastewater treatment plant, eleven (11) pump stations, approximately ten (10) miles of force main (pressure sewer), and approximately thirty-five (35) miles of gravity sewer main. The pump stations range in size from serving two residential properties to having the capacity of 600,000 gallons per day. The sizes of the force mains are 10 and 18 inches in diameter and the gravity mains range from eight inches to 24 inches in diameter.
Additionally, LCWSA partnered with Armstrong Township to provide sewer service to the community along Route 15 neighboring South Williamsport. Sewage treatment is provided by Williamsport Sanitary Authority at the Central Plant while LCWSA owns and operates the sewage collection system which consists of over a mile of gravity sewer main, a half mile of force main, and one pump station.
If you have a question pertaining to any of the wastewater issues listed below, just click on them for the answers:
- Commercial & Industrial
- Oil & Grease
- Inflow & Infiltration
- Grinder Pumps
- Sewer Back-up & Alarm
If you still have questions please contact the office Monday thru Friday 9am to 3pm at 570-546-8005.