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.
Type
Subsidiary
Parent Company
Allete
HQ
Saint Michael, US
Founded
1983
U.S. Water was founded in 1983 and is headquartered in Saint Michael, US

U.S. Water Office Locations

U.S. Water has an office in Saint Michael
Saint Michael, US (HQ)
12270 43rd St NE

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Founding Date

1983
U.S. Water is a subsidiary of Allete

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Report: Fracking took 5.3 million gallons of water per well last year

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The U.S. finally has its first offshore wind energy farm, after a decade of trying

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