Interactive Map Lets You Follow Your Flush To ALCOSAN Treatment FacilityA new map lets you track your flush from your toilet to the ALCOSAN plant in Pittsburgh North Side.
ALCOSAN's GROW Program Announces $9.7M In New GrantsAllegheny County Sanitary Authority's GROW program was approved for nearly $10 million in new grants, about $3 million which will go towards green infrastructure in Pittsburgh.
ALCOSAN Announces Details For Clean Water PlanOfficials approved a plan for the Allegheny County Sanitary Authority to reduce the flow of sewage into local rivers.
ALCOSAN Hosts 16th Annual Open House EventALCOSAN set out to prove you could have fun at a sewage treatment plant on Saturday.
Black History Month 2017: Celebrating African-American HeritageFebruary is Black History Month and all month long, KDKA will be celebrating the local African-American heritage and some of the leaders.
ALCOSAN Begins Customer Assistance ProgramThe Dollar Energy Fund is launching a new program to help customers pay for the sewage portion of their water bills.
Water Activities For Pittsburgh Triathlon And Adventure Race CancelledThe water activities for this weekend's Pittsburgh Triathlon and Adventure Race have been cancelled due to recent rainfall.
Overflow System Clogs, Causes 'Geyser' Along 10th Street BypassCommuters dealt with a unique problem along the 10th Street Bypass Tuesday morning.
City & County Reach Compromise With EPA On Big Sewage FixCities around the country are boring underground to build tunnels like the ones underneath Washington DC, but they're not for new subways.
City, County Submit Appeal To EPA Over Underground Tunnel Sewage System FixEvery time it rains, our old sewage system gets overloaded, and a combined overflow of raw sewage and rain water pours into our rivers and streams. A total of 10 billion gallons a year.
Sewage System Overhaul Could Tear Up WaterfrontsIt will be the biggest public works project in the history of the region, costing between $2 and $3 billion. The overhaul of our antiquated sewage systems may triple, even quadruple, your water and sewer bills.