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Business Hours 412-279-4941
Nights & Weekends 412-600-5232

Wilson Durisko

Code Enforcement Officer

Email Wilson Durisko
412-279-2525 Ext. 111

Patie Asturi

Office Administrator

Email Patie Asturi


2418 Hilltop Road
Suite 200
Presto, PA 15142

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The Collier Township Sewer Department is here to help service the over 3500 residential and business accounts and over 71 miles of interceptor and collection lines located in our Township. With the help of ALCOSAN, PA American Water, 3RiversWetWeather, and Jordan Tax Service, we strive to take care of your sanitary needs. Call us during our normal business hours of 8:00am to 4:30pm daily for any of your questions. Some of the more commonly asked questions may be covered in our FAQ section below.

Resident Notification

Jet Jack Inc. will be performing closed circuit televising (cctv) of the sewers within the Township from April thru June.

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Sewer Main Line Rehabilitation 2024

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Helpful Links

Please refer to these following links when considering any changes/improvement to new or existing sanitary sewer work.

Grease Trap Regulations

Grease Traps and/or Interceptors are installed to limit the amount of grease discharged into the public sewer system to levels not exceeding those permitted by ALCOSAN. Grease traps and/or Interceptors are required for all businesses where food is prepared, cooked, sold, served or given with or without charge to customers or guests for their consumption.

Short Form Specifications

These specifications have been developed as a guide to assist Developers, Designers and Contractors involved in planning, designing and constructing sanitary sewerage facilities under the jurisdiction of the Collier Township Sanitary Sewer Department.

412-279-4941  for questions, concerns and no-lien letter requests

Have Questions?

When Do I Need a Dye Test/Lateral Inspection?
Dye tests are required for all new construction and all exchange of property, including refinancing.
How Long is My Dye Test Good For?
Dye tests are valid for two years Lateral inspections are valid for 5 years.
Who Can Perform a Dye Test?
Dye tests must be performed by an Allegheny County licensed plumber.
What Happens If My Dye/Lateral Test Fails?
If the test fails, then the entire lateral shall be replaced or relined in accordance with the Allegheny County Plumbing Code. One spot repair of the lateral pipe will be allowed only if the lateral pipe is comprised entirely of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) or acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) and there are no other structural defeats observed during inspection.
What is a Deduct Meter?
Deduct (credit) meters may typically be used in the case of the installation of a lawn sprinkling system, heavy-use swimming pools, or commercial or manufacturing facilities. Deduct meters are permanently installed and not for temporary or one-time uses.  Deduct Meter Application
How Do I Pay My Sewer Bill?
You can view your statement balance and make a payment by visiting Jordan Tax Service at  Pay Your Sewer Bill or by calling 844-286-7474.

Did you know?

A leaking toilet can waste nearly 200 gallons of water a day.

Where is your water going?

17% Showering
27% Toilet
15% Faucet
22% Clothes Washer
14% Leaks
5% Misc.

Collier Township Sewer Department (Formerly CTMA)
On April 27th, 2020, the Collier Township Board of Commissioners formally adopted Ordinance No. 711 calling for the conveyance of the Collier Township Municipal Authority Sanitary Sewer System to the Township and the dissolution of the Authority. As the new administrator of the Sanitary Sewer Department, the Township is committed to continuing excellent services to its residents and businesses.