United Water Delaware

By: Bubbajunk.com

United Water Delaware, formerly known as Wilmington Suburban Water, was incorporated in 1933. Within the time span of eight years, the company purchased several small water systems, the Delaware Water Supply Company, Arden Water Company, New Castle County Water Company and the Delaware Water Corporation.
 
On February 8, 1972, the Delaware Public Service Commission approved a merger between these small systems to form one operating entity with physically interconnected facilities. In April 1994, Wilmington Suburban Water merged with United Water Resources to become United Water Delaware. United Water Resources, based in Harrington Park, New Jersey, is the second largest investor-owned water services company in the United States.
 
United Water Delaware, a subsidiary of United Water Resources, provides water service to about 105,000 people within the state of Delaware. United Water Delaware provides domestic, commercial, and industrial water service and public and private fire protection in the New Castle County area, including: Brandywine, New Castle, Pencader, Red Lion, White Clay Hundred and the St. Georges Hundred.
 
United Water Bethel is managed and operated by United Water Delaware and its office is located at 2000 First State Boulevard in Wilmington, Delaware. Both companies are subsidiaries of United Water Resources of Harrington Park, New Jersey.
 
The parent company, United Water provides water and wastewater services to 7 million people in the United States. In addition to owning and operating regulated utilities, United Water Resources operates municipal water and wastewater systems through public-private partnerships and contract agreements. The United Water team works hard to provide with top quality water and premier service round the clock.
 
The company provides drinking water that tastes great and which meets or surpasses federal and state standards for safe drinking water. The companyÂâ€Ã¢„¢s team of water quality professionals constantly monitors the quality of drinking water, before and after it is pumped to home or business.