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About Us

The Prince William County Service Authority is the regional leader in supplying clean water and superior service to a large and ever-growing metropolitan population. We are a nationally recognized model for excellence, sustainability, industry best practices and environmental stewardship. Consistently high quality, reliability and customer satisfaction levels together with fiscally and environmentally sound practices, engineering and effective use of state-of-the-art technology have earned us this leadership role in the community and across the utility industry.

Water Treatment Plants

 
James J. Corbalis Jr. Plant

Water Treatment Process

Both the Corbalis and Griffith Plants use a six-step treatment process that ensures that its treated water is clean and safe to drink. In addition, the Service Authority continually monitors the water that is delivered to customers to ensure that it remains clean, safe and of the highest possible quality.

Wastewater Treatment Process

H.L. Mooney Advanced Water Reclamation Facility

There is a five-step process that influent wastewater to the AWRF undergoes.

Wastewater Treatment Plants

H.L. Mooney Advanced Water Reclamation Facility

The H. L. Mooney Advanced Water Reclamation Facility (AWRF) is located in eastern Prince William County along the U.S. 1 corridor near the Potomac River. The facility treats influent wastewater from customers located in the eastern half of the County.

The Facility was named for Mr. H. L. Mooney, the former Administrator of the Occoquan-Woodbridge-Dumfries-Triangle Sanitary District.

Semiannual Lead & Copper Results

In compliance with the Lead and Copper Rule, PWCSA analyzes water distributed to customers to assure that it is not corrosive. Corrosion control is needed to prevent dissolution of lead from lead solder in older homes and extend the life of household pipes. PWCSA water suppliers, Fairfax Water and the City of Manassas, add corrosion inhibitors that contain phosphate.

Lead & Drinking Water FAQ

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Service Issues

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