MR-340 Winners to Be Recognized at St. Charles’ Lewis and Clark Nature Center Tonight around 7 p.m.arrow

August 11, 2017

340-mile race from Kansas City to St. Charles along Missouri River will crown winners tonight (BUSINESS WIRE)--Missouri American Water: WHAT: On Friday evening, Aug. 11, the winners of the Missouri American Water Missouri River 340 (MR340) river race will be formally recognized at a ceremony taking place at the Lewis and Clark Nature Center in St. Charles. Winners are listed by category below: Men’s Tandem – Boat #1300 – Joe Mann and Dylan McHardy Mixed Tandem – Boat #5961 – Morgan Kohut and Brian Jones - *Set a New Race Record in the Mixed Tandem Division Men’s Solo – Boat #0126 – Brad Daniels Women’s Solo – Boat #5353 – Salli O’Donnell WHEN and WHERE: The Lewis and Clark Nature Center and Boathouse located at 1050 South Riv...

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Missouri American Water Files Rate Requestarrow

June 30, 2017

Dateline City: ST. LOUIS Over $490 million of capital investments in water and sewer infrastructure drives request ST. LOUIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Today, Missouri American Water filed an application with the Missouri Public Service Commission (MOPSC) requesting a change in the rates for the company’s water and sewer customers. Missouri American Water’s last general rate case was approved by the MOPSC in July of 2016. Current rates will not change until the MOPSC completes a thorough review and analysis of the request. The regulatory process can take up to 11 months, and will include opportunities for public comment. Customers can get detailed information on the rate case filing at the company web...

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Missouri American Water Offers Tips and Ongoing Reminders to Help Customers Save Money and Be Water Responsible This Summerarrow

June 26, 2017

Dateline City: ST. LOUIS ST. LOUIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Missouri American Water, the state’s largest publicly traded water and wastewater utility, is working to give customers the knowledge and inspiration to avoid the water overuse “pitfalls” that frequently come with summer heat and activities. Ultimately, the tips and insights offered by Missouri American Water are designed to help our customers save money while alleviating stress on water supplies and infrastructure in the heat of summer. “Gardens, pools, car washes and rinsing off dirty feet before heading indoors—all the activities that go hand-in-hand with summer also go hand-in-hand with increased water use and water waste,” said Pat Mickle, the superintendent of Missouri American Water’s St. Louis ...

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St. Louis Artworks Receives $15,000 Grant from Missouri American Waterarrow

June 20, 2017

Dateline City: ST. LOUIS ST. LOUIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Missouri American Water, a supplier of clean water and waste-water services to approximately 1.5 million customers across the state, has provided St. Louis ArtWorks with a $15,000 environmental grant. The funding is being used to support one of ArtWorks’ Summer Apprentice Programs called BloomWorks. St. Louis ArtWorks and Missouri American Water will be holding a check presentation ceremony at 11 a.m. Thursday, June 22 at the Monarch Chesterfield Levee Trailhead parking lot (map link below), near where the sculpture will be placed. The ceremony will feature the student artists, St. Louis ArtWorks leadership and representatives of Missouri American Water: http://bit.ly/2tlnkfG. In a part...

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Missouri American Water Name Being Used in Check Scamarrow

June 02, 2017

Dateline City: ST. LOUIS Fraudulent checks being mailed nationwide in envelopes branded to look like they came from company; customers encouraged to double-check authenticity of any checks received ST. LOUIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Missouri American Water name, logo and corporate address are being used in conjunction with a check-cashing scam, and the company wants to make the public aware. Similar to the infamous “Nigerian Prince” email scam, a criminal has misappropriated the Missouri American Water name, logo and return address to legitimize a check-cashing scheme. Checks have been mailed nationwide in fake Missouri American Water-branded envelopes featuring the company’s logo and return a...

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Missouri American Water Announces Acquisition of Village of Wardsville Water and Wastewater Systemsarrow

May 23, 2017

Dateline City: WARDSVILLE, Mo. WARDSVILLE, Mo.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Missouri American Water completed its acquisition of the Wardsville water and wastewater systems today, adding approximately 475 water and approximately 406 wastewater customers to its more than 460,000 statewide customers. The purchase price for both the water and wastewater system is $2.75 million. Customers in Wardsville, located just south of Jefferson City, will have their meters changed beginning today and should receive their first invoice from Missouri American Water the week of June 26. Water and wastewater rates in the city are set by the Missouri Public Service Commission and will not change upon completion of the deal. “This is an exciting day, both for the residents of...

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Missouri American Water's 2016 Water Quality Reports Now Availablearrow

May 22, 2017

Dateline City: ST. LOUIS All four St. Louis-area water treatment plants receive prestigious 15-year Director’s Awards from the Partnership for Safe Water, plus a plant in Joplin ST. LOUIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Missouri American Water announced today that the company’s 2016 Water Quality Reports are now accessible through its website at https://amwater.com/moaw/water-quality/water-quality-reports, as well as via printed copies that can be mailed to customers. By providing two easy ways for customers to receive confirmation that their drinking water meets all federal standards for water quality, the company is working to increase the public’s understanding of the value of water. Also known as the...

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Missouri American Water Lifts Water Conservation Request In South St. Louis County Areaarrow

May 04, 2017

Dateline City: SOUTH ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. SOUTH ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Missouri American Water is lifting its request for water conservation that was issued to South St. Louis County customers on May 1 as a result of flooding on the Meramec River. “We thank our customers for their water conservation efforts during this record-setting flood,” said St. Louis County Operations Director Grant Evitts. “I also want to thank our employees, many of whom have been working long shifts during this difficult time to ensure that our customers never lost water or pressure. Most importantly, they’ve been doing so safely, with no injuries reported.” Flooding had threatened to impact the river intake pumps that draw water from the Meramec River...

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Missouri American Water Encourages Water Conservation in South St. Louis County Areaarrow

May 01, 2017

Dateline City: ST. LOUIS Some customers may experience lower than normal water pressure for the next few days ST. LOUIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Missouri American Water is asking customers in an area of South St. Louis County, Mo., to conserve water over the coming days. Flooding along the Meramec River may force Missouri American Water to shut down its South Plant, which takes in water from the Meramec for distribution in South St. Louis, as of Wednesday, May 3. Given current river level forecasts, South Plant may have to remain offline until Saturday, May 6. In addition, some South St. Louis County customers may experience lower than normal water pressures for the next few days. The qua...

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Missouri American Water Sends Condolences to Laclede Gas, Families of Employees Killed in Shootingarrow

April 20, 2017

Dateline City: ST. LOUIS ST. LOUIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Missouri American Water sends its heartfelt condolences to the families, friends and colleagues of the two Laclede Gas employees who were killed in a shooting on Thursday in St. Louis’ Hamilton Heights neighborhood. “This is a terrible tragedy, and from the bottom of my heart personally and from all the employees of Missouri American Water, I want to send our deepest sympathies to those impacted by this senseless killing,” said Cheryl Norton, president of Missouri American Water. “Laclede Gas is our brother in the utility industry, and we are here to support Laclede in any way we can. Nothing concerns all of us in the utility industry more than the safety of our employees and customers.” Misso...

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