Bucks County Water & Sewer Authority (BCWSA), which provides sewer service for most Springfield Township residents, has announced that Aqua Pennsylvania has made a formal offer to purchase the BCWSA wastewater (i.e. sewer) system.

A final decision on the sale has NOT been made by BCWSA and Authority officials plan to host a series of public meetings to gauge public sentiment about the potential sale. BCWSA has created a dedicated website ( for members of the public to learn more about the offer and to provide public input. Residents can also sign up with BCWSA to receive updates as BCWSA moves forward in analyzing the purchase offer. 

How can Springfield Residents Voice their Opinions? 

BCWSA is a separate and independent operating entity from Springfield TownshipSpringfield Township residents who would like to provide input should contact BCWSA at the website and consider attending the public meetings that BCWSA plans to hold to solicit public sentiment on the potential sale. 


BCWSA serves about 100,000 households in 31 towns in Bucks, Montgomery, and Chester Counties. Effective January 1, 2016, the Bucks County Water & Sewer Authority assumed the ownership and maintenance of the Springfield Township Sanitary Sewer System. You can learn more about BCWSA by visiting their website:

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