Connecticut Water has been recognized with two prestigious awards by the Connecticut Construction Industries Association. The company received the CCIA’s Community Service Award for its Water Bottle Filling Station Grant Program, which provides schools in its service communities with touch-free water bottle filling stations, and a Safety Recognition Award for excellence in construction health and safety.
Connecticut Water is pleased to open applications for its 2022 School Water Bottle Filling Station Grant Program.
This is the third year of the program, which in 2021, supplied 13 schools with touch-free drinking water bottle filling stations.
Connecticut Water is pleased to open applications for its 2022 Firefighter Support Grant Program. This is the third year of the program, which in 2021, awarded grants to 12 departments across the state.
Connecticut Water is pleased to announce its new Water Rate Assistance Program (WRAP). Approved by Connecticut’s Public Utilities Regulatory Authority, the assistance program is a first of its kind rate design among the state’s water companies, which provide a 15% discount on the water bills of income-eligible customers.
Today the Connecticut Water Company announced that its employees had voted it both a national Top Workplace and a Top Workplace in the state of Connecticut. Top Workplaces, an independent firm, conducted an anonymous survey that assessed employee ratings on several critical cultural criteria, including alignment with core values, employee appreciation, employee development, performance and confidence in company leadership.
Connecticut Water is keenly aware of its broader responsibility as a business to be a good steward of the environment and has been actively involved in state policy and programs to support important environmental stewardship efforts in Connecticut for years.
This month, the company is pleased to announce that its stream flow releases have been implemented 4 years ahead of the date required by state regulations for the Shenipsit Lake Reservoir at the Hockanum River and 5 years ahead for Kelseytown Reservoir at the Menunketsuk River.