Connecticut Water Company is proud to announce that it has been able to help fund an energy-conservation and elevator upgrade project at the Deep River Housing Authority’s Kirtland Commons residential community through the Connecticut Neighborhood Assistance Act Tax Credit program. The company’s donation will go toward the modernization of an existing elevator in the building that serves residents of the facility.
Connecticut Water Company is proud to announce that it has been able to help fund energy-conservation projects at the Ivoryton Library through the Connecticut Neighborhood Assistance Act Tax Credit program. The company’s donation will go toward the replacement of windows in the library that date back to the 1880s. The replacement windows will help the library reduce its heating and cooling costs.
Connecticut Water continues to invest in water system infrastructure to deliver safe, dependable drinking water to the customers and communities it serves. In 2017, more than $17 million was invested in replacing aging pipeline. In 2018, the company plans to spend an additional $17.4 million to continue enhancing system reliability with pipe replacement, which also benefits customers and the environment
The Connecticut Construction Industries Association (CCIA) recognized the Connecticut Water Company (CWC) with a CCIA Safety Recognition Award. This is the 14th consecutive year Connecticut Water has been recognized by CCIA for construction safety. Companies recognized by CCIA have demonstrated they have solid construction safety and health programs. CCIA evaluated Connecticut Water in 17 safety categories, including management involvement, employee training, safety hazard analysis, noncompliance and correction of violations.