Did You Know:

In 1755, Hans Christopher Christiansen instituted services for the first public water works in America at Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. In 1772, the state of Rhode Island chartered two private water delivery companies in Providence. New York City initially used private wells as its main water source. As the city grew, however, these wells became fouled. In 1799, New York State Assemblyman Aaron Burr (later U.S. vice-president) proposed legislation creating the Manhattan Company. Although this legislation was intended to provide a new source of water supply for the city, it also allowed for any unspent money to be used to create a bank. Burr’s main purpose was the creation of the Manhattan Bank, the forerunner of the Chase Manhattan Bank. The company pursued its banking interests, but it neglected its water-related responsibilities. It was only in 1842 that New York City officials, after considerable study, brought an ample supply of water to the city from the Croton River. 

West Branch Interceptor Upgrade Project


The New Hanover Township Authority's West Branch Interceptor Upgrade Project is currently underway. The West Branch Interceptor Upgrade Project entails upgrading the pipe size of the West Branch Interceptor sewer main from the intersections of Swamp Pike and New Hanover Square Roads to North Charlotte Street. The West Branch Interceptor crosses New Hanover Square Road, Rosenberry Road, Romig Road, and Rhoads Road.

New Hanover Township Sewer Authority

2990 Fagleysville Road 
Gilbertsville, PA 19525 
Phone: 610-754-6432 
Fax: 610-754-1492 
Hours: 7:00AM – 3:00PM++

For Billing Questions

E-mail: ssallade@newhanover-pa.org 
Phone: 610-754-6432 
Fax: 610-754-1492+

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Superintendent: Gregory Rapp

E-mail: grapp@newhanover-pa.org 
Phone: 610-754-6432 
Fax: 610-754-1492++