Incorporated as a water utility in 1897, Middlesex Water Company (NASDAQ:MSEX) provides a full range of regulated and non-regulated water, wastewater utility and related services primarily in New Jersey and Delaware. Middlesex Water engages in collecting, treating, distributing and selling water for domestic, commercial, municipal, industrial and fire protection purposes.
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Middlesex Water Company owns and operates regulated water utility and wastewater systems in New Jersey and Delaware. The Company also operates water and wastewater systems under contract on behalf of municipal and private clients in New Jersey and Delaware. Middlesex Water has grown from a single water utility to an enterprise with distinct business operating units meeting a full range of residential, commercial, and municipal water and wastewater needs.
Through our affiliated companies we are delivering technical and management capabilities that creatively address challenges such as aging infrastructure and increasing regulatory pressures faced by municipalities, developers and small system owners. The company’s subsidiaries include Tidewater Utilities, Inc., Pinelands Water Company, Pinelands Wastewater Company, Utility Service Affiliates, Inc., Utility Service Affiliates (Perth Amboy) Inc., Utility Service Affiliates – Avalon and Tidewater Environmental Systems, Inc. Tidewater’s wholly-owned subsidiaries include Southern Shores Water Company, LLC and White Marsh Environmental Systems, Inc.
The Company has two overall business segments:
- Regulated: The regulated business involves collecting, treating and distributing water on a retail and wholesale basis to residential, commercial, industrial and fire protection customers in parts of New Jersey and Delaware. This segment also includes regulated wastewater systems in New Jersey and Delaware.
- Non-Regulated: Non-regulated contract services includes the operation and maintenance of municipal and private water and wastewater systems in New Jersey and Delaware.