New Jersey American Water

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New Jersey American Water is the largest water utility in the U.S. State of New Jersey, serving around two and a half million people in 183 communities in 17 counties throughout the state, supplying high-quality water and wastewater service. Headquartered in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, New Jersey American Water is a wholly owned subsidiary of American Water.

Abiding by regulations[edit]

In New Jersey, the Board of Public Utilities and the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection set the rules for New Jersey American Water to follow. Those regulations are what help to ensure everyone is receiving high-quality water and waste water service at a fair price. All increases in service rates are directly related to the cost of providing water and/or waste water service and are subjected to a public review process and approval by the Board of Public Utilities.

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