Jan 10th 2017 | Posted in P3/PPP by Government Contracting Pipeline

City officials in Scranton, Pa. are deciding whether to try manage the city stormwater  system by partnering with other municipalities, entering a public-private partnership (P3/PPP) or managing the system on their own.

A water company recently purchased the Scranton Sewer Authority system for $195 million. The water company purchased the sewer and combined sewer overflows, which does not include lines that contain only stormwater. As a result, the city is responsible for stormwater management. The sewer system serves Scranton and Dunmore.


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