What is a typical wastewater emergency?

  • A basement back up of wastewater.
  • A manhole or clean out that is overflowing.
  • To report an afterhours wastewater emergency, please call 724-836-1551

IF YOU ARE EXPERIENCING A HAZARDOUS EMERGENCY SITUATION PLEASE CALL 911

Partners

The Turtle Creek Watershed Association (TCWA) is one of the oldest- long lived watershed associations in Westmoreland County and the state of Pennsylvania. TCWA was formed on August 31, 1970 primarily through the efforts of its first Board of Directors, the Westmoreland County Soil and Water Conservation District (Westmoreland Conservation District), the Allegheny County Commissioners, and Westinghouse Electric Corporation. They initially operated as a Pennsylvania- chartered environmental planning agency involved with erosion, sedimentation, flood control, sewage, and abandoned mine drainage issues within the 147- square mile Turtle Creek Watershed. Over the years, the TCWA has managed projects that have addressed recreation, trout stocking, environmental education, and natural resource conservation throughout the watershed.