About the MUA

The Municipal Utilities Authority was created by Ordinance No. 8-1975 duly adopted in January 1975 by the Logan Township Council. The MUA was created for the treatment of Logan Township’s domestic sewage, along with the collection and treatment of commercial and industrial wastewater. When first opened, the MUA was able to treat up-to 1 million gallons of wastewater per day.

Plant #2 was constructed in 1995 enabling the MUA to treat up to 2 million gallons of wastewater per day. With the ability to treat more wastewater, we also began treating wastewater for portions of Woolwich Township under a sewer service agreement. The MUA embarked on a new business opportunity in 1999 by receiving trucked in waste from septic companies. With the generation of this new revenue, the residents received a sewer rate reduction.

We began construction on Plant #3 in 2018 and it was brought online in June 2019. This expansion allows us to treat 2.5 million gallons of wastewater per day from Logan Township and portions of Woolwich Township.

“Working for a Cleaner Environment” – LTMUA