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Susan Skomorucha

General Manager

United Water Inc

Direct Phone: (302) ***-****       

Email: s***@***.com

United Water Delaware

United Water Inc

200 Old Hook Road

Harrington Park, New Jersey 07640

United States

Company Description

United Water, Inc., formerly known as United Water Resources Inc., provides water and wastewater services to 7 million people in the United States. In addition to owning and operating 25 regulated utilities, United Water operates 65 municipal systems thro ... more

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Delaware General Manager
United Water Inc

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"Recommended by the Governor's Water ...

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"Recommended by the Governor's Water Supply Coordinating Council, United Water's ASR project represents a significant investment in the communities we serve and is a prime example of successful coordination with public water and regulatory agencies," said United Water Delaware General Manager Susan Skomorucha.

Even with the current increase, United ...

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Even with the current increase, United Water has the lowest rates among the major investor-owned water systems in Delaware," said Susan Skomorucha, general manager of United Water Delaware.

United Water: Press Release

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"I believe the men and women that work at United Water Delaware carry with them a sense of mission and purpose steeped in local history and tradition," said Susan Skomorucha, General Manager of United Water Delaware.

"It is our mission to develop water supplies into the future to enable the community to grow and prosper," said Skomorucha.

United Water Delaware: News

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"Every summer day, people in our community pour millions of gallons of water onto their lawns and landscaping in an effort to keep them green and healthy," said Susan Skomorucha, general manager of United Water Delaware.By helping people cut down on their outdoor water consumption, we're preserving valuable water resources.And in the long-run, that delays the need for building costly new water supply facilities."

According to Skomorucha, the company has enlisted the assistance of the South Jersey Resource Conservation & Development Council (South Jersey RC&D Council).Weather data such as humidity, temperature, solar radiation, wind velocity and rainfall are collected every day by a research grade weather station at United Water Delaware's Stanton Water Treatment Plant.
"There's no doubt that our ET lawn watering program can make a significant contribution in reducing our peak summer water usage," said Skomorucha.
"Water conservation has always been a high priority for our customers and we're pleased to be able to offer a website that will cater to their needs," said Skomorucha.

United Water Delaware: News

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"We fully realize our responsibility to provide excellent water service in a cost effective manner," said Susan Skomorucha, general manager of United Water Delaware."We work hard to provide our customers with exceptional water service and value."

She explained that with the exception of the Distribution System Improvement Charge (DSIC) effective in January 2002, customers have experienced stable base rates while the Consumer Price Index (CPI) has increased an average of 2.5 percent annually, or 21.7 percent in total.Had United Water's base rates increased at the same rate as general inflation, the annual residential bill for a customer who uses 16,000 gallons per quarter would be $352.70 instead of the $305.16 that it is today.
"Rising general costs have necessitated that we file for this increase," said Skomorucha."Examples include water testing expenses, chemicals, energy costs and medical benefits.We are also seeking recovery on investments that the company has already made to improve service to our customers.These focus on water quality and reliability."
Skomorucha explained that since the last rate filing in 1998, United Water Delaware has invested $9.2 million in new plant, together with $6.8 million in distribution system improvements.

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