PHONE: (724) 891-2058               After Hours Emergencies: (724) 775-0883

About Us

Hours:


 

Lobby Hours:

Tues, Wed and Thurs:

8:00 AM – 3:00 PM – OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

 

Office Hours:

Monday thru Friday:

8:00 AM – 4:00 PM – CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC

 

Plant Hours:

Monday thru Friday – 7:00 AM – 3:30 PM

 

 

 

 

About Us:


 

Administrative Staff

 

Plant Operations Staff

 

Board of Directors

 

Solicitor/Engineer

 

The Plant

 

Our History

 

 

Other Links:


 

Chippewa Township

 

South Beaver

 

Brighton Township

 

Patterson Township

 

PMAA

 

PRWA

 

WPWPCA

 

 

 

Bradys Run Sanitary Authority (BRSA) provides waste water conveyance and treatment services for portions of Chippewa, South Beaver, Patterson and Brighton Townships, Big Beaver Borough, and the County.

BRSA is a member of Pennsylvania Municipal Authorities Association (PMAA), Pennsylvania Rural Water Association (PRWA), and the Western Pennsylvania Water Pollution Control Association (WPWPCA).  To learn more about BRSA, please visit the links to the right.

Our Board Members 

 

 

Robert Berchtold – Chairman / Chippewa Township

 

Larry Diday – Vice Chairman / Chippewa Township

 

Dave Smilek – Secretary / Chippewa Township

 

Jay Paisley – Big Beaver Borough

 

Brian O’Roark – South Beaver Township

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Bradys Run Sanitary Authority (BRSA) was organized in the 1960’s for the purpose of providing waste water conveyance and treatment services for the municipality.  The intention was to alleviate any public health and water pollution problems that may have existed as a result of the lack of such facilities.

During the 1990’s, the Authority went through a major expansion to include providing service to portions of several other communities.  These communities include South Beaver, Patterson and Brighton Townships, and Big Beaver Borough.  BRSA also provides service to the Beaver County Airport and Brady’s Run Park.

Currently, the Authority services an area of approximately 23 square miles with nearly 100 miles of collection and conveyance sewer lines and 3,500 manholes.  The system is also supported by eight pump stations located throughout our service area.  BRSA customers include residences, commercial sites, government facilities and schools totaling nearly 3,500 accounts.

The Bradys Run Sanitary Authority exists for the health and safety with regard to wastewater of all residents in the service area and those downstream of our effluent in a cost effective manner.