Long’s EcoWater to break ground on new facility

Long’s EcoWater Systms is building a new facility at 1567 Hausman Road. PHOTO/SUBMITTTED –

A groundbreaking is planned for June 8 for Long’s EcoWater Systems Inc., which is building a new facility at 1567 Hausman Road in South Whitehall Township near the intersection of Route 309 and Walbert Avenue. 

The new facility is just two miles south of their current Orefield location, also in South Whitehall Township.  

Long’s EcoWater Systems is in the water treatment, well pump, and water heater business. 

Jerdon Construction is contracted to manage the project.  

The 5,600-square-foot building will include modern office space, a showroom and warehouse.  

The company hopes the new space will offer easier entrance and exit. 

Jim Carroll and Scott Warrick, owners of Long’s EcoWater Systems issued a statement on the project.   

“This groundbreaking marks the beginning of a new chapter for our business as our team continues to serve the community by taking care of their water needs.”  

Long’s EcoWater was founded in 1925. The company said it is the oldest and largest water manufacturer of water treatment equipment in the world.