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Business Description
Michigan American Water Company was founded in 1886 as the American Water Works & Guarantee Company and reorganized in 1947 as American Water Works Company. On January 10, 2003 the company was acquired by RWE, was renamed Michigan American Water Company and became a part of RWE's water division. The majority of the company's activities are centered in locally managed utility subsidiaries that are regulated by the state in which each operates. The resources of Michigan American Water Company support these state utilities. The company also owns subsidiaries that manage municipal water and wastewater systems under contract and others that supply homeowners, businesses and communities with water-resource-management products and services. The plant in Calumet, Mich., is one of several in the United States.
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Phone: (906) 337-9939

Fax Number: (906) 337-9939

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Michigan-American Water Company

Michigan American Water Co

Categories
Water Supply Systems, Irrigation Systems & Equipment, Water Dealers, Water Utility Companies, Water Companies-Bottled, Bulk, Etc

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skappler
Edited: 02/08/2017
Overall
Rates unfair to conservative users.

The company charges sewer rates for torch lake township and goes by a 4000gal minnimum charge,after footing the cost for water savers in my home i use 2000 but am charged maximum that is over 100,000 gallons of water and 100,000gallons of sewage paid for that wasn't even used by the customer pretty good monoply for a company that knows the customer is stuck paying the price because their's no other water company to service the area.
Steven Kappler.

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