Quality of Drinking Water at DeSales University

2016 Annual Report to Consumers

Este informe contiene información muy importante sobre su agua potable. Traudúzcalo o hable con alguien que lo entienda bien. (This report contains very important information about your drinking water. Translate it, or speak with someone who understands it.)

The water for DeSales University and MSC Seminary is provided by a community water system that is owned by the University. We have a 400,000 gallon storage reservoir on the mountain near the University with a 400-foot deep well (High well 101) and another deep well at 434-feet (Low well 102) situated along Station Avenue. The water source for these two wells is an aquifer called the Leithsville Formation. The water that comes from these two wells is chlorinated by DeSales University employees prior to being held in the reservoir or directly introduced into the distribution system. During 2016, 22.9 Million gallons of water were provided to the University and MSC seminary buildings. The average daily flow of water was 61,653 gallons. There were no DEP violations for this reporting year.

The water system is registered to DeSales University as a public water supply with the I.D. # 3390093 under the name of College Services Corporation. Anyone wishing to obtain detailed information or inspect data regarding the operation of the system can contact John M. Miller, Water/Sewer Superintendent at 610.282.1100, ext. 1251.

View the 2016 annual water report.

Previous Reports