|Bid||118.40 x 800|
|Ask||118.44 x 800|
|Day's Range||116.78 - 118.71|
|52 Week Range||80.84 - 119.28|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.23|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||37.27|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.00 (1.77%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Pennsylvania American Water today announced that 10 students across Pennsylvania have been selected to receive $1,000 scholarships through its Stream of Learning scholarship program.
Grant Evitts has accepted the position of Vice President of Operations for Missouri American Water, effective June 17. In his new role, Evitts will lead Water Quality, Field Operations, Production and Maintenance teams across the state. Evitts has been an employee of American Water for 30 years, holding positions in both Illinois and Missouri.
American Water (AWK), the largest publicly traded U.S. water and wastewater utility company, will host three Project WET (Water Education For Teachers) Workshops this summer to advance responsible use of water resources through community-based teacher training. “American Water is proud to support educators in Camden as we work collectively with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and other partners to improve the environment,” said Ruben Rodriguez, senior director of external communications at American Water. “Since our move to Camden, we have been strategically working to grow our partnerships with community organizations and support the residents, families and students in this great city.
American Water (AWK), the largest publicly traded U.S. water and wastewater utility company, announced today that Standard & Poor's (S&P) reported on June 7, 2019, it had affirmed the corporate credit rating of ‘A’, its stable outlook and its A-1 short-term credit rating, on American Water Works Company, Inc. and its American Water Capital Corp. finance subsidiary.
The American Water Charitable Foundation, a 501 nonprofit organization created by American Water, the nation’s largest publicly traded water and wastewater utility company, today announced the recipients of the 2019 Keep Communities Flowing Grant Program awards.
Customers of West Virginia American Water are now able to more easily access their accounts through a newly developed, mobile-friendly account management site. American Water’s 24-hour Customer Portal, recently launched in West Virginia, allows customers to more easily make payments, view their water usage history and receive alert notifications.
Illinois American Water is rehabilitating the 68,000 gallon water storage tank located on Walnut Street in the Village of Dana. The investment of approximately $400,000 will help extend the life of the 115-foot-tall storage tank and ensure safe drinking water for today and in the future. Work will kick off this month on the steel standpipe tank which was originally constructed over a decade ago.
American Water , the nation’s largest publicly traded water and wastewater utility company, announced today the company will share its expertise at the American Water Works Association Annual Conference from June 9 -12 in Denver, Colo.
Illinois American Water is investing approximately $650,000 to enhance water service. The project includes a facelift to one of four water treatment tanks, rehabilitation of six filters and installation of a new generator. This work will enhance water service, water pressure and fire protection to Pontiac area customers.
Pennsylvania American Water today announced the winners of its 17th Annual “Protect Our Watersheds” Art Contest, with a sixth-grade student from Montgomery County scoring top honors.
California American Water today announced the closing of acquisition and its commencement of operations of the Rio Plaza Water Company in Ventura County. Under the terms of an agreement approved by the California Public Utilities Commission, California American Water will be providing its newly welcomed customers with state-regulated potable water service beginning June 4, 2019. “We look forward to welcoming our new Rio Plaza customers to California American Water and are eager to introduce them to our various programs that include rebates, free water conservation services and devices,” said Chris Mattis, Director of Southern California Operations.
New Jersey American Water’s annual Water Quality Reports are now accessible via the company’s website – www.newjerseyamwater.com – under the Water Quality tab. Each year, New Jersey American Water compiles its annual Water Quality Reports (also called Consumer Confidence Reports) for customers and other stakeholders, detailing the quality of water supplied by the company to each community served. The report outlines the quality of water provided using data from water quality testing conducted in local systems between January and December of 2018.
American Water (AWK), the largest publicly traded U.S. water and wastewater utility company, and the American Water Charitable Foundation (AWCF), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization created by American Water, announced today that they have donated $50,000 to the Camden County Police Foundation (CCPF). The CCPF seeks to advance the mission of the Camden County Police Department by developing positive relationships with the community and funding police specific projects and initiatives that directly impact public and officer safety. “The men and women of the Camden County Police Department continue to make our community safe, vibrant, and welcoming.
American Water (AWK), the nation’s largest publicly traded water and wastewater utility company, announced today that it has again been recognized among the top 100 Best for Vets Employers by Military Times. The selection focused on corporate culture and policies that best leverage the traits and skills embodied by veterans and servicemen and women to enable them to be successful in civilian roles. “Being recognized as a ‘Best for Vets Employer’ by Military Times is a reflection of the high performance of our military and veteran workforce, and the unique talents and strengths these men and women bring to our customers and communities,” said American Water President and CEO Susan Story.
Pennsylvania American Water announced today that customers can see where dollars from their monthly bills are flowing into water and wastewater system upgrades through a user-friendly online map. The new site, paamwaterinvests.com, shows locations of and details about water and wastewater pipe improvement projects the company has planned across the commonwealth in 2019. This national discussion focuses on the need to elevate infrastructure as a critical issue impacting all Americans.
Illinois American Water’s Padma Paan is one of only 54 individuals accepted into the Water Environment Federation’s (WEF) Water Leadership Institute (WLI). The intensive program was developed by WEF for emerging water industry leaders from across the world, allowing them to engage in management training and leadership development. WEF and its global network of 35,000 individual members and 75 affiliated Member Associations provide water quality professionals around the world with the latest in water quality education, training and business opportunities.
Philadelphia officials on Wednesday joined American Water Resources (AWR) representatives to announce that a new water and sewer line protection partnership has already saved Philadelphia homeowners more than $1 million in the first six months of enrollment. The program, a partnership between AWR and the Philadelphia Energy Authority (PEA), an independent creation of City Council, has enrolled more than 57,000 homeowners across the city, allowing them to purchase optional low-cost protection plans for the service lines that extend from city water and sewer mains to the home.
New Jersey American Water is proud to be joining the hundreds of businesses, labor organizations, elected officials and others in spreading the message that we must #BuildForTomorrow during this year’s Infrastructure Week, held May 13-20. In its seventh year, Infrastructure Week is a national week of events, media coverage, education and issue advocacy designed to elevate infrastructure as a critical issue impacting the economy, society, security and future. “Many of us take infrastructure for granted, with the average resident unaware of just how much it impacts daily life,” said Cheryl Norton, president of New Jersey American Water.
During National Drinking Water Week (May 5 -11), Illinois American Water is announcing the 2018 Water Quality Reports and highlighting the company’s water quality track record. Also known as the Consumer Confidence Report, the water quality report describes local drinking water source information and test results, including all substances detected in the water and their levels. Customers can search for their local water quality report by zip code on the company’s website at www.illinoisamwater.com under Water Quality.
Eight organizations receive $40,000 in funding to help protect water resources in Pennsylvania through annual grant program in conjunction with Drinking Water Week
Illinois American Water’s Peoria District is investing approximately $1 million to upgrade the Grand Boulevard booster station in Peoria. The high service station ensures reliable water service to customers and adequate water pressure for fire protection. Work is currently underway at the booster station to upgrade electrical equipment as well as install new motors and starters.
Six organizations receive funding to help protect water resources in West Virginia through annual grant program as part of Drinking Water Week
As water utility providers across the nation celebrate Drinking Water Week, New Jersey American Water is proud to announce the recipients of its 2019 Environmental Grant Program awards. “Since its inception, New Jersey American Water’s Environmental Grant Program has provided more than $318,000 in needed support to a total of 39 projects to improve, restore and protect our valuable natural resources all across the state,” stated Greer Thacker, Environmental Specialist, New Jersey American Water.
Missouri American Water is proud of its water quality, and the company will be using an awareness “holiday” to help its customers and the public to understand exactly why. In recognition of the American Water Works Association (AWWA) Drinking Water Week 2019, Missouri American Water is implementing a communications campaign that seeks to recognize the vital role water plays in everyday lives. Drinking Water Week will be observed nationwide from May 5–11 and will center once again on the theme Protect the Source.
American Water Works Company, Inc. (AWK) announced today that executive vice president and chief financial officer Linda Sullivan plans to retire on August 1. Susan Hardwick will join the company on June 3 and will succeed Sullivan as CFO on July 1, ensuring an orderly transition of the position. “This is especially bittersweet for me, as Linda and I have been a team since we both began our CFO and CEO jobs on May 8, 2014,” said Susan Story, president and chief executive officer of American Water.