Pittsburgh, PA – The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority (PWSA) provides water and sewer services to more than 300,000 consumers in the City of Pittsburgh and surrounding areas. PWSA customers can now make cash payments at all 7-Eleven locations across the U.S. The new payment option became available July 1, 2014 and provides an added convenience for customers who do not have a checking account, debit/credit card, or are out of town. Customers who prefer to pay cash can choose the location most convenient for them and avoid the hassle of parking in the Strip District.
PWSA accepts several methods of payment, but 7-Eleven is the only location where customers can pay with cash. All other options require a check, money order or debit/credit card including: monthly on-line billing, on-time payment services by web or by phone, Zipcheck (an automated monthly withdrawal service), traditional return envelope options and paying at the customer walk-in center.
Making payment at 7-Eleven is easy. Customers simply take their PWSA bill to the 7-Eleven location of their choice and tell the cashier the amount they wish to pay. The cashier will scan the barcode on their bill, collect the payment and provide the customer with a receipt.
As with other payment options, customers should allow a few days for payments to be processed. Customers paying at the last minute may want to call Customer Service to confirm that all payment requirements have been met for a restoration of service or to cancel a pending interruption of service.
For additional information, customers may visit the PWSA website at www.pgh2o.com or call PWSA Customer Service at (412) 255-2423.