June 2016: Please note - due to construction, we are unable to accommodate requests to tour the plant.
The Treatment Plant, located along Brush Creek, provides wastewater treatment services to all of Cranberry Township, along with portions of Pine, Marshall and New Sewickley Townships. Currently, the plant processes 3.2 millions of gallons of water per day. That's enough water to fill the Cranberry Community Waterpark pool seven times.
The plant utilizes physical, chemical and biological processes to remove harmful pollution. Wastewater is collected from homes, businesses and industries, and after being treated, is released into Brush Creek.
Learn more about the Brush Creek Plant, "Dirty Jobs in Cranberry Township"
Michael Sedon, Manager of Plant Operations
Ph: 724-776-4806 x 1300
General questions or comments, contact the Customer Service Center, 724-776-4806
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2525 Rochester Rd., Suite 400
Cranberry Township, PA 16066-6499
2306 Powell Rd. (Shipping)
Cranberry Township, PA
7:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Cranberry takes grand prize in wastewater technology competition
Hach Company, a Colorado-based manufacturer of analytic instruments and reagents used in wastewater treatment plants, has announced the grand prize winners of its second annual ‘See the BIG Picture’ contest. Cranberry Township’s Brush Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant, was named one of two Grand Prize winners and awarded $50,000 in Hach equipment based on its submission to the company’s contest. The announcement was made at an industry conference in Los Angeles in October 2011.
Entries were judged on creativity, expected results from the products requested, expected impact of the award, and the extent of need. Cranberry’s video submission, “Hach to the Future,” used a movie-themed story line in which the Brush Creek plant was projected forward and back in time as its staff professionals – playing themselves in the highly-charged drama – struggled to deal with forces that menaced its operation. Winter 2012 Cranberry Today
Sewer And Water Technicians Awarded DEP Certification Winter 2012 Issue of Cranberry Today