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Pennsylvania American Water


Pennsylvania American Water announced that Charles Piekanski has been promoted to production superintendent of the company’s central Pennsylvania service areas, including facilities in Hershey, Fairview Township, Silver Spring Township, Lake Heritage, Franklin Township, Milton, Philipsburg Boggs, and Nittany. As the region’s superintendent, Piekanski will oversee the company’s water and wastewater treatment plants in and well facilities. He replaces Gary Witmeyer, who retired as production superintendent after 40 years with Pennsylvania American Water. Piekanski joined Pennsylvania American Water in 2005 as water plant operator and most recently served as production supervisor in Pennsylvania American Water’s Lehman Pike District. He holds Certified Class A Water and Wastewater Plant Operator licenses.

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