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1 FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP MUNICIPAL SANITARY AUTHORITY F.T.M.S.A 2011

2 FTMSA Established in December 1967 by Franklin Township Supervisors Treatment facility initial operation commenced May 1970 Franklin Township becomes Municipality of Murrysville in 1978 Facility doubled capacity in 1984, upgraded to advanced secondary treatment in 1992 and added an additional sludge process in 2005

3 FTMSA Regulate all sanitary sewer service within its service area including all of Murrysville Efficiently operate the sanitary sewage treatment facility located in Murrysville Provide for the efficient cost effective transportation and treatment of sewage generated in its service area Ensure compliance with local, state, and federal regulations PURPOSE

4 FTMSA Mark A. Adamchik> ……… Chairman James S. Hamilton. … Vice-Chairman Robert Klingensmith ……… Secretary William J. Kagarise, Jr. …………… Treasurer Allan J. Sarver …… Asst. Sect./Treas. BOARD OF DIRECTORS Appointed by Murrysville Council to five year terms

5 FTMSA Manager ………………….James C. Brucker Assistant Manager Kevin Kaplan Plant Superintendent ……..Gene Greco Solicitor …………………..Donald J. Snyder, Jr Engineer ………………Hatch, Mott, MacDonald Auditor ……………………Sarp & Co. Bond Counsel …………….Victor K. Lynch Trustee ……………….... M&T Bank Management and Advisory Staff

6 FTMSA Established in 1968, the Authority’s sanitary sewer conveyance and collection system consists of approximately miles of sewer lines, 5 sewage regulators, 7 pump stations, and miles of collector in the Municipality of Murrysville. The Authority is also responsible for the maintenance of 23.1 miles of collector sewer in Delmont, 3.4 miles of collector sewer in Monroeville, 23.5 miles of collector sewer and 3 pump stations in Penn Twp., 19.0 miles of collector sewer and 3 pump stations in Salem Twp., and 5 miles of collector sewers in Export Borough.

7 FTMSA Main ……………..…17,300,000 gallons per day Lyons Run …….….….1,440,000 gallons per day Bel-Aire ……….………468,000 gallons per day Sloan ………….……….454,000 gallons per day Meadowbrook …………115,000 gallons per day Murrysville Hgts ………115,000 gallons per day Oak Ridge ………………72,000 gallons per day Pumping Stations Municipality of Murrysville

8 FTMSA Cloverleaf …….482,000 gallons per day Cramer ……..…259,000 gallons per day Oakford ……….101,000 gallons per day Pumping Stations Salem Township

9 FTMSA Walton Estates……….288,000 gallons per day Blackthorne Estates …252,000 gallons per day Brookside Acres ………21,600 gallons per day Pumping Stations Penn Township

10 FTMSA Collection of sewage material accounts for $3.32 of monthly service fee

11 FTMSA The Authority’s treatment facility on Meadowbrook Road is an aerobic biological treatment facility with grit removal, primary clarification, trickling filters, secondary clarification, nitrification towers, shallow bed sand filtration units, ultraviolet disinfection, sludge thickening, anaerobic biological sludge stabilization, sludge dewatering, and methane gas utilization facilities. The permitted hydraulic capacity of the facility is 4.90 million gallons per day and daily operations average approximately 3.41 million gallons.

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13 FTMSA Municipality of Murrysville $ $ Delmont Borough $ $ Salem Township $ $ Export Borough $ $ Penn Township $ $ Municipality of Murrysville $ 4.73 $ 4.19 (served by Plum Borough) Customers with garbage disposers incur an additional charge of $1.83 per month Monthly Fees for Residential Customers

14 FTMSA During its most recent operational year, approximately 13,278 feet of additional sewer lines were constructed in the following areas: Municipality of Murrysville ----Shag Bark Grove, Murrysville Community Park and Bianca Rose Plan.

15 FTMSA Cost of Services Transportation & Treatment 88% Collection 12%

16 FTMSA Initial Operation - May 1970 Expanded capacity and upgrade to advanced secondary treatment – 1992 Capacity - 4,900,000 gallons per day

17 FTMSA Transportation and Treatment account for $24.95 of the monthly service fee

18 FTMSA Where the money comes from

19 FTMSA Refinanced Series of 2004 and 2005 Bond Issues. Completed replacement VFD’s and other work at Main pump station Started a new program of inspecting sewer laterals prior to the sale of real estate in Murrysville. Added two new employees for above sewer lateral inspections. Major Action Items in 2010

20 FTMSA Providing innovative and cost effective waste treatment solutions for our residential, municipal, and commercial customers.

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