Hazardous waste and material can be dropped off at the York County Solid Waste Authority at 2700 Blackbridge Road in York.
Dover Township owns and operates the Township’s water system. The Dover Township Sewer Authority owns our sewer system, the Joint (inter-municipal) Interceptor and the Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant. Dover Township operates our sewer system, the Joint Interceptor and the wastewater treatment plant.
No, we cannot accept wastes from RVs, campers or motorhomes.
No. We can only test our wastewater for the parameters approved by PADEP.
Tours of the plant can be arranged by calling the plant at (717) 292-4911, ext. 1. Please call at least 2 weeks ahead to make sure that safe and proper arrangements can be made to facilitate your group. For safety sake, tours are only given during daylight hours and in…
Dispose of household products safely. Don’t pour solvents, pesticides, paint thinners, engine oil, or household cleaning products with hazardous chemicals down the drain or into a storm sewer. Take them to a recycling center or hazardous waste collection site. Cooking oils and grease should be collected in a container, covered,…
Here is the link to on-line reports via DEP: http://www.depreportingservices.state.pa.us/ReportServer/Pages/ReportViewer.aspx?/NPDES/EDMR
All treatment plants are permitted and regulated by various state and federal agencies, mostly the PA Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) and EPA. These agencies, through the permitting systems, define how and what must be done. The plant must report to these agencies with very specific reporting procedures. For example,…
No, the plant is only staffed one shift per day. The plant is continually monitored by computers with a complex alarm system. The rotating on-call plant operators must responded to alarms and get to the plant within 30 minutes.
The plant has a diesel-powered emergency generator.