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01/27/2017 North Penn Water Authority Thanks Community and Staff for Participation in Toys for Tots Program
01/25/2017 Important Seasonal Reminders
01/04/2017 North Penn Water Authority Earns EPA’s ENERGY STAR® Certification for Superior Energy Efficiency
12/21/2016 North Penn Water Authority Presents Service Awards
12/02/2016 North Penn Water Authority Participates in Toys for Tots Program
10/11/2016 North Penn Water Authority Presents Service Awards
08/03/2016 North Penn Water Authority Releases 2015 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report
06/24/2016 Anthony J. Bellitto, Jr., Executive Director of North Penn Water Authority Receives 2016 Governor’s Award for Local Government Excellence
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Important Seasonal RemindersJanuary 4, 2017
Frozen water in pipes can cause water pressure to build up between the ice blockage and the closed faucet which can cause pipes to burst. To avoid freezing pipes and potentially costly repair bills, we suggest that you consider the following winterizing tips:
During the cold winter months, should you experience “no water” in your home, check all faucets before calling the Authority’s office. The problem could be related to a frozen pipe in your home’s internal plumbing, especially if water is still flowing in some other areas of your home.
For more information on preventing and thawing frozen pipes and dealing with other Winter emergencies, check out the Red Cross website at http://www.redcross.org/prepare/disaster/winter-storm/preventing-thawing-frozen-pipes.
Hydrants: Some hydrants throughout the NPWA distribution system are equipped with markers to assist the fire department in finding them if they become covered in snow or grown over with weeds or shrubs. Please don’t tamper with the hydrant markers. Call our office if you notice a marker has been removed or vandalized. After a snow storm, please clear (or have someone clear for you) the snow and ice from around the fire hydrants located in front of your properties. This allows the fire department and the Authority’s crews quick access to the hydrant in case of a fire, or for a necessary repair.
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