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The Acquisition Marks U.S. Water’s Further Expansion into the Desalination and Water Reuse Market NEW PORT RICHEY, FL – U.S. Water Services Corporation (U.S. Water), a leading provider of water and wastewater utility management, operations, and maintenance services, announced today that it acquired American Water’s 50% partnership interest in its joint venture company with Acciona […]

“These winners truly embody the ‘best of the best’ in their domains and their contributions set the standard for what can be achieved…”  — FGUA National Director   During the Florida Rural Water Association (FRWA) annual conference held on August 1st at the Saddlebrook Resort in Tampa, Florida, Nassau Amelia Utilities was named Medium Public […]

On March 14, 2023, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced a proposed National Primary Drinking Water Regulation (NPDWR) for six PFAS included in the fifth Unregulated Contaminant Monitoring Rule (UCMR 5) monitoring. If finalized, the proposal will require public water systems to monitor for these chemicals and maintain water quality with PFAS levels […]

Maintenance of equipment exerts a direct influence over both the operational lifespan of the equipment and the yearly capital equipment budget. The abrupt failure of equipment within a facility can result in substantial downtime, incurring substantial financial implications. Consistent maintenance of equipment stands as the linchpin for averting catastrophic equipment breakdowns. Furthermore, its benefits extend […]

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Case Studies

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Operators are required to get daily flow readings from their plants. This is done by either reading the totalizer reading or calculating the flow rate from an elapsed time meter. Wastewater flow is measured as a quantity (gallons) moving past a point (primary device) during a specific time interval. The Florida Department of Environmental Protection […]

U.S. Water was recently tasked with replacing the east well pump at the Pelican Bay Water Treatment Facility. The pump had experienced a catastrophic failure, and as it is a critical component in the production of clean drinking water for the surrounding community, time was of the essence for its repair. The responding team members […]

U.S. Water has been awarded the Pasco County Lift Station Rehabilitation contract for the last nine years in a row. As the County has the latitude to disqualify applicants at their discretion, this is no small accomplishment and clear evidence of their overall satisfaction with our work. We can thank the skill and professionalism of […]

A sanitary sewer manhole recently failed catastrophically in Lehigh Acres. In late December, an emergency call came in that the manhole had collapsed close to one of their busiest roads, creating a large opening. Recognizing the immediate danger to vehicles and pedestrians alike, the U.S. Water team acted quickly to secure the site and coordinate […]

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