Connecticut Water Issues Corporate Sustainability Report
CLINTON, Conn., April 22, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Connecticut Water Company, a regulated water utility subsidiary of Connecticut Water Service, Inc. (Nasdaq:CTWS), today announced the availability of the Company's first Corporate Sustainability Report (CSR). The CSR highlights the success of the Company in conducting its business operations in a manner that respects the natural environment and values service to customers, communities, employees, and shareholders.
Eric W. Thornburg, President and CEO of Connecticut Water, stated, "I am pleased to make this report available to customers, community leaders, regulators, shareholders and others who have an interest in our efforts to be good stewards of the natural resources entrusted to us. There is much we have done, and we will continue our efforts to minimize the impact of our operations on the environment. This report is a significant milestone along that journey."
The report contains information about Connecticut Waters activities across the entire breadth of its organization, including in the areas of environmental stewardship, water conservation, energy management and social awareness. Especially appropriate this Earth Day, the report is available for download at the Company's Web site, www.ctwater.com, as well as links to the report on its Facebook (Connecticut Water Company) and Twitter (@CTWater).
Connecticut Water Service, Inc. is the largest publicly traded water company based in New England. Through its wholly-owned public water utility subsidiaries, The Connecticut Water Company and The Maine Water Company, the Company provides drinking water to 106,000 customers, or about 350,000 people, throughout the states of Connecticut and Maine.
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CONTACT: News media contact: Daniel J. Meaney, APR Director of Corporate Communications Connecticut Water Company. (860) 664 6016 firstname.lastname@example.org
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