Connecticut Water Service, Inc. (NASDAQ:CTWS), today announced the availability of the Company’s 2018 Corporate Sustainability Report. The update demonstrates the company’s progress and milestones in achieving its environmental and social goals. The report covers the achievements and activities of Connecticut Water, Maine Water, Avon Water and Heritage Village Water companies, which are all publicly regulated water or wastewater utility subsidiaries of Connecticut Water Service in Connecticut and Maine.
The Opportunity Alliance in South Portland recently received a $1,000 grant from Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation and Maine Water to provide more fresh, healthy food to families in need in the community.
Near zero temperatures and gusty winds are in the forecast for Sunday and Monday, and homeowners are encouraged to take a few simple steps to prevent damage caused by freezing of water pipes inside and outside the home.
Maine Water today pledged to work with its customers who are furloughed federal employees to maintain their water service until their paychecks start flowing again.
Maine Water Company is pleased to announce that it will apply a credit to water bills for customers in its Camden Rockland division, which serves customers in Rockland, Rockport, Camden, Thomaston, Owls Head, Union and Warren. A typical residential customer will save a total of $25 in 2019 on their water bills. All customers will benefit from a credit of 6.74% on their regular water bill starting on January 15, 2019 and continuing through the year 2019, including residential, commercial, industrial and fire protection accounts.