Judy E. Wallingford, President of the Maine Water Company, recently received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Maine Water Utilities Association (MWUA).
(Saco, Maine) A $50 million project now under way in Biddeford has the potential to advance increased mutual aid between water utilities from Portland to Kittery, an effort that has been moving forward since 2005, when utility-sponsored legislation began the process of encouraging regional solutions for public water delivery in Maine.
(Saco, Maine) Recent snowstorms have left many fire hydrants buried, and in some cases, inaccessible. While Maine Water is spending many hours to clear hydrants of snow, it is asking homeowners and local businesses, in the interest of public safety, for help in clearing snow from around fire hydrants so that firefighters can connect their equipment without delays.
(Saco, Maine) Maine Water is pleased to announce the results of its most recent customer satisfaction survey completed in November. An independent survey company, Great Blue Research, contacted over 600 customers in all ten divisions of Maine Water, and found the overall satisfaction index is 92.4%.
(Saco, Maine) Maine Water announced today that it pumped and treated 100 million fewer gallons of water in 2016 than it did the previous year, while still delivering the same amount of water to its customers.
After a competitive review process, Maine Water has selected Hazen (www.hazenandsawyer.com) for the engineering design services necessary to build a new water treatment facility near the Saco River in Biddeford.