For more information about the Bucks County West Nile Virus Mosquito Control program please visit the Bucks County website by clicking here
The EPA has released a lifetime health advisory level for PFOA and PFOS. Please explore the following link for more information. https://www.epa.gov/ground-water-and-drinking-water/drinking-water-health-advisories-pfoa-and-pfos
Federal agency releases findings of cancer data review for Warminster, Horsham and Warrington, PA
The Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) has released the findings of its cancer data review today. For more information please click here.
The Navy has recently created a webpage for PFOA/PFOS. Please click here for more information.
Below you can find current announcements, links to information, and other historical documents pertaining to perfluorinated chemicals found in the area of the former Horsham and Warminster Navy bases.
Public Notice is hereby given that Warminster Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, proposes to adopt a 537 Plan Special Study for the temporary shutdown and subsequent diversion of the NAWC Sewage Treatment Plant flows to the Log College Sewage Treatment Plant. The 537 Plan Special Study has been prepared by the Warminster Municipal Authority on behalf of Warminster Township. The Warminster Municipal Authority owns, maintains, and operates both the NAWC and Log College Sewage Treatment Plants.
The Special Study provides the background and evaluation of the plan to temporarily divert wastewater flows from the NAWC STP to the Log College STP. This diversion will be initially for a 5-year term and will be subject to annual evaluations. The diversion is sought in order to eliminate the inefficient use of the NAWC STP. Currently, only 10% of the facility’s capacity is being utilized. Flows are 118,000 gallons per day, and the capacity is 1.2 million gallons per day. The Log College STP is currently at 77% of capacity, with flows of 6.33 million gallons per day, and capacity of 8.18 million gallons per day. There is, therefore, excess capacity available at the Log College STP to temporarily accept the diverted flows from the NAWC STP.
A copy of the Act 537 Plan Special Study can be reviewed at the Warminster Township municipal offices at 401 Gibson Avenue, Warminster, PA 18974, during normal business hours from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Below are the following documents of the study:
- NAWC Flow Reversal-537 Plan
- NAWC 537 Plan-Plate 1
- NAWC 537 Plan-Exhibit 1
- NAWC 537 Plan-Exhibit 2
- NAWC 537 Plan-Exhibit 3
- NAWC 537 Plan-Exhibit 4
- NAWC 537 Plan-Exhibit 5
- NAWC 537 Plan-Exhibit 6
- NAWC 537 Plan-Exhibit 7
- NAWC 537 Plan-Exhibit 8
Written comments from the public regarding the Act 537 Plan Special Study will be received by Warminster Township at the above address for 30 calendar days following the date of publication for this notice. All comments should be submitted to the attention of Steven M. Wiesner, Interim Township Manager. This Act 537 Plan Special Study will become a part of Warminster Township’s official Act 537 Sewage Facilities Plan.
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PARKS & RECREATION IS SEEKING VOLUNTEERS
There are lots of opportunities to volunteer for community events and activities. Here are just a few…
- SPECIAL EVENT ASSISTANCE NEEDED
- ADOPT A GARDEN
- ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION
Pennsylvania has enacted a Good Samaritan Law called Act 139,
Looking for the latest information about the floodplains in your neighborhood? Bucks County has some great tools to help you research this information.
Who maintains the roads and potholes for the Township?
PennDot maintains Street Road, York Road, Bristol Road, County Line Road, Jacksonville Road, and Mearns Road. For potholes or other issues on any of these roads please call 215-345-6060.
The Township maintains all other public roads in the Township. Potholes or other issues on any of these roads please call 215-443-5414.