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Bristol Twp., Penn., Selects Inframark for Its Wastewater Treatment Operations

The five-year contract also includes management, operation, and maintenance of lift stations.

Horsham, Penn., January 2, 2018 ─ Inframark, LLC, is pleased to announce that the Bristol Township, Penn., Council approved a five-year contract for the company to manage, operate and maintain its 2.25 million gallons per day wastewater treatment plant and 18 lift stations. The contract is effective as of January 1. With the addition of Bristol Township, Inframark now serves 12 clients in Pennsylvania, including Downingtown, Lititz, and Boyertown. Located in Bucks County, Bristol Township is the 13th largest municipality in the Keystone State with nearly 55,000 residents, according to recent U.S. census data.

“We are thrilled to get such a highly regarded national company to operate our sewer plant,” said Township Manager Bill McCauley. “This is a major coup for Bristol Township and will elevate the professionalism of our entire Sewer Department.”

“We are proud to add Bristol Township to our growing list of satisfied clients and customers in Pennsylvania,” said Inframark President and CEO Stephane Bouvier. “We look forward to providing the Township with the high level of service and customer satisfaction it should expect from its wastewater operator.”

About Inframark

Inframark, LLC, (www.inframark.com) is a standalone American infrastructure services company focused on operation and maintenance of water and wastewater systems, management of community infrastructure, and back-office services.

With more than 40 years of experience in managing water-related infrastructure, the company employs in excess of 1,500 people serving more than 290 clients in 19 states. Its North American operations manages facilities that can treat over a billion gallons of drinking water and wastewater daily. It also manages more than 8,000 miles of wastewater collection and water distribution networks. Its infrastructure management services group serves 220 clients with financial, administrative and specialized support services.

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