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With a history dating back to 1886, American Water Works, is based in Voorhees, New Jersey and staffs 6,800 employees.
American Water is a registered trademark of American Water Works Company Inc.
EPCOR USA), an indirect wholly owned subsidiary of EPCOR Utilities Inc, has completed the acquisition of all of the issued and outstanding stock of Arizona American Water Company and New Mexico American Water Company Inc, wholly owned subsidiaries of American Water Works Company Inc.
For additional information, please contact Joe Bernosky at the American Water Works Association (telephone: 303-347-6209; e-mail: jbemosky@awwa.
JAMES BARR President and Chief Executive American Water Works
American Water Works Company, Inc is a water and wastewater utility holding firm.
American Water is a registered trademarks of American Water Works Company Inc.
This official guide to the American Water Works Association water operator certification examination provides detailed information on all requirements for certification as well as sample questions and answers for exam questions.
This guide to best practices for water audits and loss control programs, provided by the American Water Works Association, is designed for engineers and plant managers who need to maintain water supplies while meeting standards of water conservation.
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