Water is Essential to Everyday Life
Our earth is made up of 70% water. Water impacts our environment, economy, health and communities. Did you know the average American uses 176 gallons of water every day? That’s 64,240 gallons per year. In short, water is an essential part of everyday life – especially clean water and wastewater. The advances of modern water and wastewater systems were significant public health achievements of the 20th century, but we seemed to have stalled there. Our infrastructure is aging and needs of some serious maintenance. And attention from experienced and knowledgeable professionals is needed, too. Investing in water is investing in your future.
We appreciate the operators who work to keep water clean and safe for the communities we serve. Most people don’t appreciate what it takes to do this. It’s kind of like the unsung hero of jobs, but that’s ok. We’re content to be the ones who make sure life in your community goes along swimmingly. We appreciate your faith and trust in us. As always, we want to hear from our customers about how we’re doing. We welcome your compliments and suggestions on how to improve. Simply click this link and let us know what’s good, what’s okay and what needs some work. I’ll respond to you personally. Thank you!