JAKARTA, INDONESIA--(Marketwire - Oct 2, 2012) - Moments ago, NationalTradersAssociation.org introduced new coverage of American Water Works (
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National Traders Association is releasing new coverage on American Water Works for its current position within the public utilities sector. American Water Works Company, Inc. (American Water) is a water and wastewater utility company. American Water provides drinking water, wastewater and other water related services to an estimated 15 million people in more than 30 states and in two Canadian provinces. A copy of this report featuring American Water Works (
National Traders Association has released research on Aqua America, Inc. for its changing role within the public utilities sector. Aqua America, Inc. (Aqua America) is the holding company for regulated utilities providing water or wastewater services in Pennsylvania, Texas, North Carolina, Ohio, Illinois, New Jersey, New York, Florida, Indiana, Virginia, Maine, and Georgia. To access the full research report on Aqua America, Inc. (
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