Facilities

 

201 Carter Drive, Suite 300
West Chester, PA 19383
610-436-3200


News and Alerts

10/10/2017
Re: Introduction of Blue Dye into Geothermal System

On Tuesday, 12/5/17, an environmentally friendly blue dye will be introduced into the campus geothermal distribution system. The purpose of injecting the dye is to identify sources of water loss within the system . Please know that the dye is NSF/ANSI 60 certified (for drinking water) and poses no health or environmental hazards. Also, the dye-containing water will not stain nor effect water properties and equipment operation.

Even though Facilities personnel will be investigating buildings and campus drainage sites, after 12/5/17 it is requested that sightings of blue water anywhere on campus be reported to John Lattanze at x2713 or to your building administrator. An immediate response to trace and identify the source will take place.

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to call John Lattanze.

Thank you again for your help and cooperation

Contact Information: John Lattanze ‑ Energy Project Manager 610‑436‑2713 jlattanze@wcupa.edu
 
10/16/2017
Starting the week of October 23rd fencing will be installed surrounding the water tower to paint it. Trenching across North Campus Drive will also begin. The Lot D basketball courts will be closed. North Campus Drive through traffic will be detoured.

Contact Information: not applicable.
10/5/2017
Shuttle buses will run a modified schedule for the Fall break. Sunday and Monday service will be 10AM - 2AM (every 20 minutes). Tuesday service will be 10 AM - 6 PM (every 20 minutes) and 6 PM - 2 AM (every 10 minutes). See the Shuttle Bus website for more information on shuttle times and routes. Off-campus shuttles will not run on Monday and Tuesday since there are no classes.

Contact Information: Facilities Bus Transportation, 610-436-1053 or 610-436-2442.
8/15/2017
West Chester University (WCU) has prepared a MS4 Strategic Report and Pollutant Reduction Plan (PRP). The plan details the scheduled implementation of a series of Best Management Practices in an effort to improve water quality in the waterways of The University: Brandywine Creek, Chester Creek and Plum Run.

You may review this plan at the link below or a hard copy may be reviewed in person at the Environmental Health & Safety Office, 201 Carter Drive, Suite 100, West Chester, PA during business hours.