Pennsylvania Costars Cooperative Purchasing Program

PA COSTARS Purchasing Program

The Pennsylvania COSTARS program is the best way to purchase equipment and services.

PA COSTARS Purchasing Program is the best way to purchase equipment or services in Pennsylvania. The name COSTARS stands for Cooperative Sourcing to Achieve Reductions in Spend. It allows members to buy various products and services through statewide contracts. Organizations eligible to become members include municipalities, government agencies, schools, and other non-profit organizations in Pennsylvania.

Explore the PA COSTARS Purchasing Program, your gateway to seamless procurement for public entities like water and wastewater treatment plants. COSTARS membership empowers you to tap into pre-established contracts with the Commonwealth, enabling direct negotiations with approved vendors. By eliminating the cumbersome bidding process, this platform opens doors to enhanced opportunities for competitive pricing, ensuring municipalities of all sizes access the same advantageous rates.

Envirep Uses COSTARS

We are proud to be a PA COSTARS contract holder issued by the Pennsylvania Department of General Services (DGS). Envirep contract is valid for Water and Wastewater Treatment Plants – Components/Equipment & Services.

Envirep is a PA Department of General Services authorized COSTARS contract holder. (PA COSTARS Contract # 016-080).

Equipment Available Through PA COSTARS Purchasing Program

  • Aeration Blowers and Diffusers
  • Air Release Valves
  • Alarm Monitoring Equipment
  • Headworks Screens
  • Septage Screens
  • Mixers
  • Odor Control Equipment
  • Sequencing Batch Reactors
  • Sludge Dewatering Equipment
  • Tertiary Filters
  • Wastewater Grinder
  • Refrigerated Samplers
  • Sludge Pumps
  • Lift Stations
  • Water and Wastewater Pumps
  • Pumping Stations
  • Fiberglass Enclosures
Pennslyvania COSTARS Program

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Contact Envirep at 717-761-7884 or sales@envirep.com.

By Michael Gillespie, President at Envirep