Water Plant

 

Welcome to the Waynesboro Water Treatment Plant, located at 7555 Rattlesnake Run Road, Waynesboro, PA.

Water questions/concerns may be addressed to S. Leiter Pryor, Director of Utilities, at Borough Hall (Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.) at 762-2101, Ext. 226.

The Water Treatment Plant is designed to treat 4 million gallons of water per day.  The primary water source is a surface water supply originating from the East Branch of the Antietam Creek, also known as the Antietam Water Shed.  The plant is a state-of-the-art complete treatment facility which is operated 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, by highly experienced personnel to provide the best quality water and services possible.  The Antietam Dam, located upstream on the Antietam Creek, impounds 150 million gallons of water.

 

Water Treatment Plant Staff

S. Leiter Pryor, Utilities Director

Gordon Cruickshanks, Operations Manager

Thomas Brennan, Chief Operator

Larry Freeman, Operator

Ray “Sam” Wagaman, Operator

Darryll Wagaman, Operator

Stacie Noll, Operator

Gary Smith, Operator

Tyler Grove, Technician

 


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