Wastewater Treatment and Process Control
Operations and Maintenance Manuals
Permitting and Regulatory Assistance
Financial and Grant Application Services
Municipal authority engineering is our core business, and has been for over 85 years.
Water and wastewater authorities, municipalities, investor-owned utilities, watershed groups and state government all come to the same source. SSM offers extraordinary experience in the planning, design, and construction management of wastewater and water systems, piping systems, pumping stations, and treatment plants. Our GIS and CAD resources are powerful tools identifying sources of potential contamination, using hydrogeologic modeling to visualize the impact of a proposed well, or identifying trends and hot spots for Act 537 planning. We understand utilities' needs for security, regulatory compliance needs, fiscal responsibilities and operational priorities. We offer solutions for tomorrow through far-sighted water and sewer infrastructure and environmental planning. When it comes to managing and protecting water resources, SSM is the authority that everyone turns to.
SSM assisted in coordinating proper removal, disposal, and repainting of the interior and exterior of the tank in the time requested to suit the Authority needs.
SSM designed the WWTP upgrade for the Birdsboro Municipal Authority to meet the NPDES permit limits and be in compliance with the PADEP consent order.
Wastewater Collection and Treatment Services, Hydraulic Modeling, and I/I Remediation
Scan of a wastewater treatment plant.
Data Capture technology is quickly becoming a way for water and wastewater treatment plants to efficiently collect information, analyze the results, and optimize performance.
Exploring new technologies in Source Water Protection
Robert Weinzapfel, PE, Senior Engineer joins the Water and Wastewater Engineering Department.
William T. Orlowsky, PE, Senior Engineer joins our Water and Wastewater Engineering Department.
Spotts, Stevens and McCoy was recognized by the Eastern Pennsylvania Water Pollution Control Association (EPWPCOA) receiving the Joseph McKenna Award for technical and financial contributions to the EPWPCOA.