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The VFSA Mission is to protect the public health and preserve the environment by collecting wastewater from within our service area, processing it, and returning treated wastewater and its by-products to the environment in compliance with regulatory standards.


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Incorporated as an operating Authority by Charlestown, East Pikeland and Schuylkill Townships in 1968, the Valley Forge Sewer Authority is a utility that is owned by its customers. Its business is to recycle wastewater into clean water for stream discharge and to produce a specialized fertilizer product utilized by area farmers.

The Authority owns and operates 90 miles of collection line, 9 pump stations and a regional treatment plant, serving approximately 22,000 customers in nine Chester County municipalities: Charlestown Township, East Pikeland Township, Schuylkill Township, Easttown Township, East Whiteland Township, Malvern Borough, Tredyffrin Township and Willistown Township. Recently, the area was extended to include a portion of West Vincent Township.

The Authority's treatment plant is situated on 54 secluded acres on the banks of the Schuylkill River near its confluence with Perkiomen Creek. The plant operates under permits issued by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection and the United States Environmental Protection Agency.

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Valley Forge Sewer Authority