$2.2 Million to Fix Sewage Odor Problem in Conshohocken

The Times Herald published a video in which Stephen Clark, executive director of the Conshohocken Sewer Authority, provides details on a $2.2 million system that will solve the mostly summertime odor problem in Conshohocken. The odor can be found on the east side of Conshohocken focused on the East Elm, East Hector and Spring Mill Avenue area.

The new system will place caps on top of tanks and adds a filtering system to remove the smell. Watch the video below for more details.