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GLRPPR Contacts: Erie Wastewater Treatment Plant

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Erie Wastewater Treatment Plant
626 State Street
Erie, Pennsylvania 16501
Telephone: 814-870-1364
www.cityoferiepa.com/Departments/SewerDepartment/tabid/34/D...

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  • Local

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  • The Erie Wastewater Treatment Plant is a secondary activated sludge treatment plant having the design capacity of 68.6 million gallons per day on 20 acres of land. It serves 200 thousand residents, averaging, under normal conditions, between 30 and 40 million gallons per day from the city and suburban sewer system, which is called the Municipal Flow. The areas served include City of Erie, Millcreek, Summit, Haborcreek, Wesleyville, Lawrence Park, and Fairview. It's operated by a team of 80 to 85 employees in 3, 8 hours shifts on an operational yearly budget of 11.5 million.

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