Connecticut Water Service, Inc. (NASDAQ:CTWS), (CTWS) today announced the availability of the Company’s updated 2016 Corporate Sustainability Report (CSR). The update demonstrates the company’s progress and milestones in achieving its environmental and social goals.
The Connecticut Water Company (Connecticut Water) today announced that an estimated $1.5 million water main replacement project will begin on Main Street in Danielson the week on August 21st. Equipment and materials are expected to be moved into the area this week with saw cutting and preliminary work beginning the week of the 14th. Approximately 3,000 feet, or more than one-half mile, of water main that was installed in the 1880’s will be replaced as part of the project.
The Connecticut Water Company (Connecticut Water) today announced that an estimated $500,000 water main replacement project will begin on West Street in Windsor Locks the week of July 31st. Approximately 2,400 feet, or nearly one-half mile, of water main that was installed in the 1940’s will be replaced as part of the project.
Connecticut Water is holding two public information sessions on Tuesday, July 18, to discuss the replacement of more than one-half mile of century old water main on Main Street in Danielson. The work area will extend along Main Street (Route 12) from Water Street to Westcott Road. The public information sessions will be held at Killingly Town Hall, 172 Main Street, Danielson, in the Town Meeting Room, second floor, at 3:30 p.m. and 6 p.m. The same information will be presented at both meetings.
Connecticut Water’s latest water quality reports are available to customers and others who consume the water produced by the company’s more than 60 water systems across the state. The report summarizes water quality testing done in 2016 and includes information about the Company’s water systems, water quality test results, and source protection measures. Connecticut Water works closely with the Department of Public Health (DPH) to ensure that the water it provides to customers meets or is better than state and federal standards for drinking water. Customers who read the report can see that effort results in high quality water being delivered in our systems.
The Connecticut Water Company (Connecticut Water) today announced that work began this week on a project to connect two of its shoreline water systems that collectively serve eight communities and nearly 40,000 people.
This project will provide Connecticut Water with greater operational flexibility in serving the needs of shoreline customers in Chester, Clinton, Deep River, Essex, Guilford, Madison, Old Saybrook, and Westbrook.