Who We Are
The Maine Water Company is dedicated to the customers and communities it serves. We know how important it is to provide our customers with high-quality drinking water and reliable service.
Water touches everything we care about. It’s essential to sustain life, our economy and our communities. Our families require clean, safe drinking water for their health. Our communities need it for public safety, fire protection, recreation and economic development. Maine Water is a regulated public water utility that is committed to providing high quality water and world-class service to families and communities while being good stewards of the environment.
Maine by the Numbers
Water customers: 32,000
Water treatment facilities: 11
Miles of Main: 544
Public water systems (PWSIDs): 12
Maine Water serves nearly 32,000 customers, which is about 80,000 residents across the Pine Tree State, in 21 Maine towns. Maine Water has been serving customers since 1880.
Passionate employees delivering life sustaining, high quality water service to families and communities while providing a fair return to our shareholders.
At Maine Water, we have more than 70 dedicated, highly trained employees who work each and every day to deliver you safe, reliable service.
Six Maine systems use surface water supplies, and the company pursues all opportunities to protect these sources for the future. All surface water systems use filtration to insure excellent water quality.
- Sand and gravel aquifers, and deep bedrock wells
- 14 wells
- Camden & Rockland: 4
- Freeport: 3
- Greenville: 2
- Kezar Falls: 3
- Hartland: 2
The Maine Water Company is a public water utility that currently owns or manages 13 water systems engaged in the collection, treatment, and distribution of potable water for homes, businesses and fire protection service. The Maine Water Company serves more than 32,000 customers (approximately 80,000 residents) throughout the state of Maine. The Maine Water Company has been serving customers since 1880.
Maine Water is a proud member of the following organizations:
American Water Works Association
National Association of Water Companies
New England Water Works Association
Maine Water Utilities Association MWUA
Maine Rural Water Association