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|Bid||101.69 x 1100|
|Ask||111.40 x 800|
|Day's Range||104.48 - 106.35|
|52 Week Range||77.73 - 106.35|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.35|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||33.37|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.82 (1.72%)|
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Illinois American Water is leveraging U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Fix a Leak Week to help decrease water waste. The national campaign helps to raise awareness about small leaks and other water issues that may waste water within homes and businesses. “For Illinois American Water, this week is about empowering our customers to use water wisely,” said Mike Smyth, vice president of operations.
Missouri American Water is leveraging the nationwide awareness campaign taking place during the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Fix a Leak Week in order to advance local water conservation goals as well as provide a savings to homeowners, property owners and businesses in the communities it serves. The annual Fix a Leak Week is a campaign organized by the EPA’s WaterSense program and this year will be observed from March 18-24. Missouri American Water is taking the campaign one step further to emphasize the huge impact individuals and businesses can make by, in essence, spending a little time being vigilant and making repairs.
American Water has named Cheryl Norton president of New Jersey American Water and senior vice president of its Eastern Division effective March 25, 2019. Norton replaces Deborah Degillio, who has been named chief customer officer of American Water.
Indiana American Water President Deborah Dewey today announced the company’s acquisition of Charlestown Water, a municipal water utility located in southern Indiana. “The acquisition of this system will provide Charlestown customers with access to operations and capital management water professionals and a number of customer service options and payment methods,” said Dewey.
Sadsbury Township to eliminate all debt while providing long-term wastewater solution for community
Pennsylvania American Water announced today an exclusive partnership with the soon-to-be-released giant screen film, “Expedition Chesapeake, A Journey of Discovery.” The film, hosted by biologist, wildlife conservationist and TV personality Jeff Corwin, takes its audience on an epic journey into the region’s vast and diverse watershed, exploring the connections between the millions of people, plants and animals that call it home. The goal of “Expedition Chesapeake” is to create awareness of the threats facing watersheds and estuaries around the globe and to educate audiences about the roles they can play to protect and preserve vital water resources.
New York American Water customer rates will increase per a four-year rate plan approved by the New York State Public Service Commission in 2017. A conservation rate structure was implemented in 2017, to encourage water conservation and support the long-term sustainability of the Long Island Aquifer. The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) established a goal for all Long Island water suppliers to reduce summertime peak water use by 15 percent by 2021.
Missouri American Water has begun work on a project to replace approximately 400 feet of water main in St. Louis County beneath Interstate 270 near Sappington Road at a cost of approximately $650,000. The company will install ductile iron water main within a steel casing pipe, replacing a water main that failed in August 2018 and snarled traffic on Interstate 270. “When the main broke last summer, it created a real traffic nightmare for commuters on Interstate 270 for a few hours, though thankfully not many customers went without water,” said Matt Jaspering, Senior Project Engineer.
The Illinois Section of American Society of Civil Engineers’ (ASCE) latest Report Card for Illinois’ infrastructure rates the state’s water and wastewater systems each with a C- grade. According to The Report Card, infrastructure is graded based on eight criteria: capacity, condition, funding, future need, operation and maintenance, public safety, resilience and innovation.
Illinois American Water’s Champaign County District is heading to a state drinking water competition after placing first place in a regional water taste test. Each year the 15-County Water Supply Operators Association holds a regional drinking water competition. Illinois American Water’s Champaign County Mattis Water Treatment Plant’s water sample was this year’s winning entry.
CAMDEN, N.J.-- -- 2018 diluted GAAP earnings per share at $3.15, compared to $2.38 in 2017 Adjusted diluted earnings per share at $3.30 , an 8.9% increase over 2017 adjusted EPS Affirms 2019 earnings guidance range of $3.54 to $3.64 per diluted share, and long-term EPS compound annual growth rate in top half of 7 to 10% range, anchored off of 2017 adjusted EPS American Water Works Company, Inc. today ...
American Water (AWK), the nation’s largest publicly traded water and wastewater utility company, announced today that it has earned four 2019 Military Friendly Employer designations by VIQTORY, a military-focused marketing and publishing company. The Military Friendly designations are awarded to organizations that have excelled in several critical areas of commitment to the military community. Military Friendly Company: For a total commitment to tapping into military talent as employees, suppliers and consumers, and having the right people, programs and policies in place to make it happen.
American Water (AWK), the nation’s largest publicly traded water and wastewater utility company announced James Merante has been named vice president and treasurer effective immediately following approval by the company’s board of directors. Prior to his current role, Merante was vice president, Internal Audit, and served as divisional chief financial officer for the company's Mid-Atlantic Division. Merante began his career in public accounting with “Big 4” accounting firm KPMG and held various executive positions in the media industry including vice president of operations and director of finance at a large publicly traded media company.
American Water Works Company, Inc. (AWK), the largest publicly traded U.S. water and wastewater utility company, announced today it was named as one of the 100 Most Sustainable Companies by Barron’s Magazine. “We are extremely proud to have once again been included on this list of 100 most sustainable companies,” said Susan Story, president and CEO of American Water. “It is our firm belief that companies do well by doing good.
Pennsylvania American Water announced today that entries are now being accepted for its 17th Annual “Protect Our Watersheds” Art Contest. All fourth-, fifth-, and sixth-grade students in schools served by Pennsylvania American Water are eligible, as well as individual students who live in the company’s service area. The contest encourages students to tap into their artistic talents to express the importance of protecting Pennsylvania’s water resources.
American Water (AWK), the nation’s largest publicly traded water and wastewater utility company announced Kevin Kirwan has been named Senior Vice President and Chief Environmental and Operational Excellence Officer effective today. “At American Water, we know that we must provide safe, clean, reliable water and wastewater services to our customers. Environmental Leadership is one of our values, and we must be leaders in every area of Environmental and Regulatory Compliance,” said Walter Lynch, chief operating officer of American Water.
Pennsylvania American Water announced today that the company is hosting a customer appreciation event March 2 – 3, 2019, at Carnegie Science Center. All Pennsylvania American Water customers are eligible for a discounted general admission of $5 per person for up to four guests during the two-day event. “We are proud to partner with Carnegie Science Center to provide our customers with an affordable opportunity to experience this world-class facility,” said Pennsylvania American Water External Affairs Manager Gary Lobaugh.
Missouri American Water is kicking off 2019 with plans to replace more than 85,000 feet of aging infrastructure in St. Louis County at an investment of more than $30 million. “If you remember January 2018, Missouri American Water set a company record with more than 1,200 water main breaks in St. Louis County,” said Missouri American Water Manager of Operations - Construction Christopher Parrish.
West Virginia American Water announced today that entries are being accepted for its fourth annual “Protect Our Watersheds” Art Contest. Students grades 4-6 in schools served by West Virginia American Water are eligible, as well as individual students who live in the company’s service area. The contest encourages students to tap into their artistic talents to express the importance of protecting West Virginia’s water resources.