Joint Water Authority
-Service Since 1949-
WRJA SYSTEM ADVISORY CENTER
- PLANT & SYSTEM STATUS NORMAL -
- NO ADVISORY IN EFFECT -
Important service information such as service interuption, boil advisory, etc. will appear above.
- WATERWORKS OPERATOR -
The Womelsdorf-Robesonia Joint Authority, Berks County, Pennsylvania (WRJA) seeks a Waterworks Operator.
The successful candidate will assist with a variety of tasks required to ensure proper operation and maintenance of the WRJA facilities and water system. The position is full time, 40 hours per week with overtime required on evenings and weekends as needed. Hourly wage per hour will be competitive and will be commensurate with experience. Benefits include: uniforms, health insurance, paid vacation, paid sick and personal days, vehicle for use during work hours and annual bonus plan.
Womelsdorf Borough, Robesonia Borough, Heidelberg Township, Marion Township
We provided our approximately 2,200 customers with a little over 152,000,000 gallons of water yearly or 415,500 gallons per day.
All of our water supply is pumped from four deep groundwater wells. Two of the wells are in Heidelberg Township, south of Robesonia; and the other two are in Millcreek Township, Lebanon County. Water storage is provided by two 1.5 million gallon capacity welded steel tanks.
Our drinking water meets all federal and state requirements.
Quarterly Rate Schedule for Residential Meter
First 3,500 gallons or less – $21.00 minimum charge.
Next 16,500 gallons – $3.65 per 1,000 gallons
Next 20,000 gallons – $3.85 per 1,000 gallons
Over 40,000 gallons –
$4.00 per 1,000 gallons
(1) Rates were increased September 2009, the first increase since 1991.
(2) The minimum quarterly charge is greater than $21.00 for meters larger than 5/8”.
(3) There is a $1.00 per quarter charge for hydrant maintenance.
(4) There is a $2.00 per quarter charge for the PA DEP Safe Drinking Water Annual fee.
We continue to implement our long-term forestry management program and its enhancement of our area’s ecology. A tangible benefit of the program is it’s generation of revenue through biennial timber sales. The Authority has earned total net revenue over the past thirty years of approximately $1,200,000, enabling us to minimize the need for rate increases (the last of which was over eleven years ago).
P.O. Box 94
Womelsdorf, PA 19567
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