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Marshall Township’s public sanitary sewer service is provided by the Marshall Township Municipal Sanitary Authority (MTMSA), the McCandless Township Sanitary Authority (MTSA), or the Economy Borough Municipal Authority (EBMA).

The majority of Marshall Township is serviced by the Marshall Authority. The area east of I-79 and south of NA’s Marshall Campus is serviced the McCandless Authority. Two areas near Marshall Township’s western border are serviced by the Economy Authority. Please review the Sanitary Sewer Service Area map on this website for more information.

The Marshall Authority offices are located within the Marshall Township Municipal Building, 525 Pleasant Hill Road, Suite 200, Wexford, PA 15090. Board meetings are at 7:15 p.m. the last Tuesday of every month with the exception of November and December when the meeting may be changed to the Holidays.  All meetings are subject to change and should be confirmed by checking the Township calendar or calling the office. Please call 724-935-3090 with questions.

The McCandless Authority is located at 418 Arcadia Drive, Pittsburgh, PA, 15237. Please call 412-366-2700 with questions.

The Economy Authority is located at 2860 Conway-Wallrose Road, Baden, PA, 15005. Please call 724-869-3201 with questions.

For customer service and billing inquiries, please contact Diversified Technologies at 877-330-1699. Hours of operation are Mon.-Fri. 8-4 

William Campbell
Title: MTMSA Manager
Phone: 724-935-3090 Ext. 106

Philip Troy, Chair

Christopher Gilson, Vice-Chair

Carl Schultz, Treasurer

Jack Candek

John Harvey

No one wants to experience a sewer backup or overflow. Unfortunately these things can happen. Below are some sewer maintenance tips to help make sure you don’t get an unwanted surprise from your sewer line.

  1. Careful where you put that grease – One of the most frequent causes of sewer problems is cooking grease or oil. Be careful not to pour any down the drain or garbage disposal. Even a little bit can congeal in your pipes and cause an unpleasant backup.
  2. Watch your plants – Although you don’t have much control over where your trees and other plans roots go, it’s a good thing to keep an eye on. That way, if you notice roots are moving toward your sewer line you can address the problem before it gets too messy. Some signs of root invasion include odd gurgling in the pipes or black water oozing up from the sink, bath or laundry.
  3. Don’t flush that – Be careful what you flush down the toilet. It isn’t made to handle everything. Diapers, sanitary napkins, paper wrappings, feminine products, etc. should all be disposed of in the garbage.
  4. Mind your cleanouts – Cleanouts are a direct line to your sewer and need to be maintained. Make sure the traps are full of water, as water tends to evaporate. Also be sure all caps are on and secure to avoid odor.
  5. Respect your garbage disposal – If you have a garbage disposal, treat it right. Run hot water through it for a few minutes before and after you grind up any food to help fatty products move through. It’s a good idea to occasionally ‘purge’ your disposal as well. Fill the sink with water and then unplug the drain at once to help clear debris.
  6. Be proactive with clogged drains – If you have a drain that you know clogs often, be proactive and prevent the clog. Pour one cup of baking soda followed by one cup of white vinegar down the drain, wait an hour and flush with warm water. This combination will fizzle away most of the buildup. In the event that you do have a clog, use liquid drain cleaners instead of crystal drain cleaners. Crystal can solidify in your pipes.

Information courtesy Matt Mertz Plumbing

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There are several ways to pay your Sanitary Bill. Choose the one that is right for you.

Email Billing

Contact our offices at 724-935-3090 or at to sign up to receive your quarterly bill via e-mail.

Automatic Bill Pay

Complete the ACH authorization form, attach a voided check, mail to Jennifer Kinzler’s attention and your account will be set up to automatically withdraw your quarterly  MTMSA Sanitary Bill payment and never miss a due date again!

Mailing Address:  525 Pleasant Hill Road, Suite 200, Wexford, PA 15090

**For security purposes please do NOT e-mail the ACH Form. Only forms submitted in person or through the US Post Office will be accepted**


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** Convenience fees go directly to our third party processor and are not retained by Marshall Township and cannot be refunded.**  

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