U.S. Water

U.S. Water (U.S. Water Services, Inc.) was founded in 1997 by three individuals with a unified mission: to be universally recognized as the most innovative and flexible provider in the market place by focusing on safe, economical and environmentally sound solutions. In the following years, U.S. Water became one of the fastest growing, water treatment companies in North America. Founded on the core principles of integrity, profitability, safety, cost-effectiveness, employee fulfillment, innovation, leadership, customer focused and flexibility, U.S. Water has quickly grown to include multiple locations and production facilities with representation and distribution centers nationwide and internationally. The company was founded from the beginning to include not only traditional chemical water treatment, but also equipment production, engineering services and equipment services for a multitude of industries. We believe the breadth of our offerings combined with our industry knowledge and experience provides each client with a solution agnostic approach designed to optimize the mechanical, chemical and operational challenges faced to enhance overall plant profitability. We focus on using our offerings to find the optimal solution for each customer's unique water, energy & compliance needs while delivering continuous improvement with both an immediate and long-term ROI.
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Parent CompanyAllete
HQSaint Michael, MN, US
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U.S. Water was founded in 1983 and is headquartered in Saint Michael, MN, US

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U.S. Water Office Locations

U.S. Water has offices in Saint Michael, Cambridge, Grapevine, Plymouth and in 2 other locations
Saint Michael, MN, US (HQ)
12270 43rd St NE
Cambridge, MN, US
330 Cleveland St S
Grapevine, TX, US
635 Westport Pkwy Ste 312
Plymouth, MN, US
13305 Water Tower Cir
Santa Fe Springs, CA, US
13109 Arctic Cir
Vancouver, WA, US
2700 W Firestone Ln
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U.S. Water News and Updates

U.S. Department of Energy Announces $6.5 Million to Modernize U.S. Water Infrastructure

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), in partnership with the National Alliance for Water Innovation (NAWI), announced a $6.5 million request for proposals (RFP) to develop new technologies for purifying non-traditional water sources. The advancements in desalination technologies will help propel the…

Nestle Sells U.S. Water Business to One Rock for $4.3 Billion

Nestle Sells U.S. Water Business to One Rock for $4.3 Billion

Insights Into the U.S. Water Heater Market, 2019-2025 - Increasing Demand for Energy Production, Supportive Government Regulations

DUBLIN, March 18, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- The "US Water Heater Market 2019-2025" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. The United States water heater market is anticipated to grow at a CAGR 4.2% during the forecast period. The US is the major economy in North American...

Water Well Trust Partners with The Chris Long Foundation on U.S. Water Well Projects

WASHINGTON, Dec. 10, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- The Water Well Trust, a national nonprofit helping low-income Americans get access to a clean, safe water supply, is partnering with The Chris Long Foundation and the Rural Community Assistance Partnership (RCAP) to create a new domestic water...

U.S. Water Stocks Skyrocket With More Investors Chipping in - AMPAC USA

A recent report by CNBC found out that more socially responsible investors have begun to invest in the water utility industry in the U.S. This comes after the rising alarming news of bad quality and shortage of water in several areas of the States. The report found out that investors were focusing m…

Zero Liquid Discharge Systems Market 2018: Global Analysis by Key Players – Aquatech Intl, H2o Gmbh, U.S. Water Services

Wiseguyreports.Com Publish New Market Research Report On -“Zero Liquid Discharge Systems Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Trends, Growth and Forecast 2018 - 2025” Posted via Industry Today. Follow us on Twitter @IndustryToday

U.S. Water Blogs

City Benefits from Packaged Treatment System to Rejuvenate Aging Plant

The City of Savage, Minnesota had relied on legacy Tonka Water (now Kurita America) equipment at their No. 2 Water Treatment Plant since 1985. When it came time to replace the aging infrastructure, they wanted to keep aeration and gravity filtration, but also enhance the treatment process with deten…

Bacteria and Corrosion Control in Reclaim Water: Kurita America Mitigates Risk While Reducing Costs by 35%

At ten cents for every 1000 gallons, the use of reclaim water provided significant water cost savings for a thriving and innovative 900+ bed hospital located in Western Florida. However, it also presented a host of challenges—one of which was microbiological growth. At the time, the hospital’s previ…

Potential Issues with Micro-irrigation Systems in Agriculture and How to Solve Them

There are many factors that affect micro-irrigation systems in agriculture which can have a significant impact on your bottom line. Understanding some of the unique properties of water will shed light on potential issues that can arise, as well as some of the most common water treatment strategies t…

Minimizing White Rust in Galvanized Cooling Systems

Galvanized coatings for cooling tower systems (cooling towers, evaporator tube bundles, etc.) have been used in the industry since the 1950s due to their relatively low cost and long service life. The galvanizing process bonds a layer of zinc metal to steel. When properly applied and passivated, the…

Rob Herbon Recognized as Growth Energy Member of the Year

Growth Energy , the nation’s largest ethanol trade association, held their 12th Annual Executive Leadership Conference in Scottsdale, Arizona last week. This conference brings together biofuels industry experts from all over the country to participate in panel discussions, networking and charity eve…

Spring Cooling Tower Startup: Is Your System Ready for Peak Cooling Season?

Time spent getting a cooling tower cleaned and prepared in the spring will result in more reliable and efficient operation throughout the summer cooling season. Towers that have been off-line during the winter months can collect dirt, debris, bacteria and other contaminants from the environment, if …
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U.S. Water Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was U.S. Water founded?

    U.S. Water was founded in 1983.

  • How many employees does U.S. Water have?

    U.S. Water has 140 employees.

  • Who are U.S. Water competitors?

    Competitors of U.S. Water include DC Water, Eggelhof and H2O Innovation.

  • Where is U.S. Water headquarters?

    U.S. Water headquarters is located at 12270 43rd St NE, Saint Michael.

  • Where are U.S. Water offices?

    U.S. Water has offices in Saint Michael, Cambridge, Grapevine, Plymouth and in 2 other locations.

  • How many offices does U.S. Water have?

    U.S. Water has 6 offices.