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New Mexico 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 New Mexico 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 New Mexico 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 facility in Clovis, N.M., is one of several in the United States.
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Phone: (575) 763-5536

Fax: (575) 763-9126

Fax: (505) 762-1642

TollFree: (866) 430-0824

Toll Free: (866) 430-0824

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Epcor Water New Mexico Inc

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Water Utility Companies, Utility Companies

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Dboy L.

07/13/2016

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I spoke with josh about starting service on a family lots that hasnt had water in bout 20 yrs. He requested death cert. For me mother and grandmother to check there prior accounts. This security measure i find a little much extreme just to find water lines that were slightly buried just needing to be exposed for repair to actually start service, well josh i do believe in R.I.P. i hope i can find another professional method of water service to needy people in my area of town. So for now my water lines can R.I.P.

DBoy

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