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New water lines will combat contamination at Pa. campground

(Oct. 16, 2013) -- On Monday, Pennsylvania American Water announced that it plans to begin the installation of $450,000 worth of water lines to replace the systems serving two West Caln Township mobile home parks and a campground located near a contamination site, reports Philly.com.

WEST CALN, Pa. — On Monday, Pennsylvania American Water announced that it plans to begin the installation of $450,000 worth of water lines to replace the systems serving two West Caln Township mobile home parks and a campground located near a contamination site, reports Philly.com.

According to the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, the contaminated site might have the potential to affect the water sources for Highpoint Estates and Spring Hill Estates mobile home parks and the Hidden Acres Campground, writes Philly.com.

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