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Basin Water, Inc. engages in the design, building, and implementation of systems for the treatment of contaminated groundwater. The company offers ion-exchange treatment system that reduces groundwater contaminant levels. Its system is installed at the site of the well to treat varying volumes of water. The company serves utilities, municipalities, special districts, real estate developers, and other organizations that supply water for use in treating groundwater sources. Basin Water markets its system through direct sales force, independent contractors, and strategic partners primarily in the United States. The company was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Rancho Cucamonga, California.


Pennichuck Corporation, through its subsidiaries, engages in the collection, storage, treatment, and distribution of potable water for domestic, industrial, commercial, and fire protection service in southern and central New Hampshire. It operates in three segments: Regulated Water Utility Operations, Nonregulated Water Management Services, and Real Estate Operations. The Water Utility segment provides potable water facilities for domestic, industrial, commercial, and fire protection services. The Nonregulated Water Management Services segment offers nonregulated, water-related monitoring, maintenance, testing, and compliance reporting services for water systems for various towns, businesses, and residential communities primarily in southern and central New Hampshire. This segment also provides contract operations and maintenance, water testing, and billing services to municipalities and small, privately owned community water systems. The Real Estate segment involves in the ownership, planning, development, management, and sale of residential, commercial, industrial, and retail properties. Pennichuck was founded in 1852 and is headquartered in Merrimack, New Hampshire.


BIW Limited, through its subsidiary, Birmingham Utilities, Inc., operates as a regulated public water service company in Connecticut. The company engages in the collection and distribution of water for domestic, commercial, and industrial uses, as well as for fire protection in Ansonia and Derby, Connecticut; and in small parts of Seymour. It also provides water service for domestic and commercial use in 30 satellite water operations in 16 towns in eastern Connecticut. In addition, the company offers a consumer protection program for residential service lines and provides water related services to other water utilities, municipalities, contractors, and individuals in Connecticut. BIW Limited is based in Ansonia, Connecticut.


California Water Service Group (CWS), through its subsidiaries, provides water utility and other related services in California, Washington, New Mexico, and Hawaii. The company engages in the production, purchase, storage, purification, testing, distribution, and sale of water for industrial, public, and irrigation uses, as well as for fire protection. CWS provides its services to approximately 2 million people in 100 communities. It also provides nonregulated water utility and utility-related services, which primarily consist of operating water systems, which are owned by other entities; providing meter reading and billing services; operating recycled water systems; providing brokerage services for water rights; and providing lab services for water quality testing. California Water services Group is headquartered in San Jose, California.


American States Water Company, through its principal subsidiary, Southern California Water Company (SCW), engages in the purchase, production, distribution, and sale of water. It also distributes electricity in one customer service area. SCW operates in 75 communities in 10 counties in the State of California and provides water service in 21 customer service areas. SCW also provides electric service to the City of Big Bear Lake and surrounding areas in San Bernardino County through its Bear Valley Electric Service division. As of March 31, 2005, it served 251,715 water customers and 22,675 electric customers. The company, through its other subsidiaries, served 12,645 customers located in the town of Fountain Hills, Arizona and a portion of the City of Scottsdale, Arizona, as of the above date. In addition, the company provides water and wastewater services, including billing and meter reading, water marketing, and the operation and maintenance of water and wastewater systems to various municipalities, the U.S. government, and private entities. American States Water Company was founded in 1929 and is headquartered in San Dimas, California.


SJW Corp., a holding company, operates through three subsidiaries: San Jose Water Company (SJWC), SJW Land Company, and Crystal Choice Water Service LLC (CCWS). SJWC engages in the production, purchase, storage, purification, distribution, and retail sale of water in Cupertino, San Jose, Campbell, Monte Sereno, Saratoga, and the Town of Los Gatos in California. SJWC also provides nonregulated water related services, such as water system operations, billings, and cash remittances under agreements with municipalities. SJW Land owns and operates a 750-space surface parking facility in San Jose, California, as well as owns commercial properties and undeveloped land in the San Jose Metropolitan area; properties in Florida and Connecticut; and a 70% limited partnership interest in 444 West Santa Clara Street, L.P. CCWS, a 75% owned subsidiary, sells and rents water conditioning and purification equipment in the metropolitan San Jose area. The company was founded in 1866 and is headquartered in San Jose, California.


Connecticut Water Service, Inc., through its subsidiaries, supplies drinking water in Connecticut. The company operates in three segments: Water Activities, Real Estate Transactions, and Services and Rentals. Water Activities segment supplies public drinking water. In addition, it provides sewer operations and other water related services. Real Estate Transactions segment involves in the sale of its excess real estate holdings. Services and Rentals segment provides contracted services to water and wastewater utilities and other clients. It also leases its real estate properties to third parties. As of May 20, 2005, the company supplied drinking water to approximately 80,000 customers in 41 towns. Connecticut Water Service was organized in 1956 and is headquartered in Clinton, Connecticut.


Aqua America, Inc., a holding company, provides water and wastewater services primarily in the United States. The company offers its services to residential, commercial, industrial, other water, wastewater customers, and operating contracts and other customers in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Illinois, Texas, New Jersey, Indiana, Virginia, Florida, North Carolina, Maine, Missouri, New York, South Carolina, and Kentucky. Aqua America served approximately 2.5 million residents, as of April 20, 2005. It also provides water or wastewater services through operating and maintenance contracts with municipal authorities and other parties. The company was formerly known as Philadelphia Suburban Corporation and changed its name to Aqua America, Inc. in 2004. Aqua America is based in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania.


Middlesex Water Company, through its subsidiaries, provides water and wastewater service in New Jersey and Delaware. It owns and operates regulated water utility systems and a regulated wastewater utility, as well as operates water and wastewater systems on behalf of others in New Jersey and Delaware. Middlesex Water provides retail water service to approximately 58,000 customers in Woodbridge, Edison, South Plainfield, Carteret, Metuchen, and South Amboy, as well as offers service under contract to Sayreville, the Old Bridge Municipal Utilities Authority (MUA), the Marlboro MUA, East Brunswick, Edison, and Highland Park. The company was founded in 1896 and is headquartered in Iselin, New Jersey.


Artesian Resources Corporation, through its subsidiaries, engages in the distribution and sale of water to residential, commercial, industrial, governmental, municipal, and utility customers in Delaware. The company's other subsidiaries, Artesian Wastewater Management, Inc. and Artesian Utility Development, Inc., provide waste water services. Artesian Resources also provides water for public and private fire protection to customers in its service territories. The company also provides operation and billing functions for its customers. As of December 31, 2004, it had 109 operating and 60 monitoring wells. Artesian Resources is headquartered in Newark, Delaware.


Southwest Water Company and its subsidiaries provide water production, treatment, and distribution; wastewater collection and treatment; utility billing and collection; utility infrastructure construction management; and public works services in the United States. The company operates in two groups, Services and Utility. The Services group provides water and wastewater facility operations and maintenance services, equipment maintenance and repair, sewer pipeline cleaning, billing and collection services, and state-certified water and wastewater laboratory analysis on a contract basis. The facilities it operates are owned by cities, public agencies, municipal utility districts, and private entities primarily in Alabama, California, Colorado, Georgia, Mississippi, New Jersey, New Mexico, South Dakota, and Texas. This group also facilitates the design, construction, project management, and operating aspects of various water and wastewater projects, as well as provides utility billing and collections services for multiple family housing units, such as apartment buildings. The Utility group owns and operates rate-regulated public water utilities in California, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas, as well as owns wastewater facilities in New Mexico and Texas. Southwest Water was incorporated in 1954 and is headquartered in Los Angeles, California.


The York Water Company engages in the impounding, purification, and distribution of water in York County, Pennsylvania. The company has two reservoirs, Lake Williams and Lake Redman, which together hold up to 2.23 billion gallons of water. It supplies water for domestic, commercial, industrial, and fire protection purposes. As of December 31, 2004, the company served approximately 158,000 people in 33 municipalities within York County. As of the above date, its distribution system had approximately 784 miles of main water lines. The York Water Company was organized in 1816 and is based in York, Pennsylvania.