Sensible Cents: American Water joins EPA preservation efforts

VOORHEES, New Jersey — The EPA has a new partner for its WaterSense program. American Water Works Company, Inc. just announced its participation in the initiative. According to the press release, WaterSense “promotes water efficiency and primes market demand for water-efficient products and services that reduce stress on water systems and the environment.”

American Water Works, the largest U.S. water and wastewater utility company owned by its investors, will join forces with 933 other partners. “As new challenges in the water industry arise, so will the opportunities to leverage sustainable water solutions for the realization of economic and environmental benefits. We are proud to become a member of the EPA’s WaterSense program,” said Don Correll, president and CEO of American Water.

Read more about the collaboration here.

Source: Market Watch

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