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Stop Accidents Before They Stop You Distracted Drivers Since the start of the first quarter of 2021, we have had almost 20 vehicular-related accidents. That represents a dramatic increase from previous years. 60% of these accidents are rear-end collisions where the U.S. Water employee is at fault. It is worth noting that any driver/employee found […]
U.S. Water is excited to sponsor Bartow, Florida 8U Softball Team at the USFA Championship! They played a total of seven games and came out on top, winning the championship game on Sunday!
On Friday, January 29th, Josh Mitchell and Jason Amiott were working in Trinity on Linebrook Drive when they detected an odor of natural gas. Concerned, they traced the gas leak source and discovered it was coming from an above-ground gas meter. In keeping a safe mindset, the pair contacted the number on the meter’s side […]
U.S. Water sponsors Little League and Softball teams in Bradford County, Florida. The company banner will be featured prominently in the outfield. The U.S. Water logo is also featured on each uniform.
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Since the first sale in October 2020, Sunbridge Stewardship Districts’ first neighborhood, Del Webb, has grown from 30 residents to 100 residents. Over half of the 418 lots have already been sold, exceeding all expectations. Homebuyers are moving from all over the United States to join these beautiful communities. Del Webb is going to be […]
U.S. Water is developing a proprietary internal operator training program focused on package plant operations. With the continued trend of increasing environmental regulations and treatment technologies, we want to ensure that our operations staff is well prepared for these changes. The purpose of our training program includes: To improve regulatory compliance; Provide consistent operations across […]
U.S. Water recently completed infrastructure improvements to Lift Station 82, the central lift station in the Island Walk development in North Port, Florida. The project consisted of converting the existing triplex station to a duplex station, which will save energy costs with two 60 horsepower pumps. The station has been rehabilitated with new piping, a […]
Three U.S. Water employees in Region II recently completed a three-day National Association of Sewer Service Companies (NASSCO) training and certification course. John Speessen, Robert Rottini, and Trevor McCracken were certified in three categories: Pipeline Assessment (PACP), Manhole Assessment (MACP), and Lateral Assessment (LACP). These certifications are suitable for three years and are required for […]