U.S. Water Services acquires Water Chemical Service

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U.S. Water headquarters (Photo credit: U.S. Water)
ST. MICHAEL, MN, & ABERDEEN, MD, May 1, 2014 -- U.S. Water Services, Inc., recently announced the acquisition of Water Chemical Service, Inc (Waterchem).

A provider of water treatment chemical and engineering services for the Eastern United States, U.S. Water's acquisition includes the corporate headquarter and production facility in Aberdeen, Md., and surrounding sales territories.

Accordingly, the acquisition, located in Maryland and servicing the Philadelphia, DC, Delaware, and Maryland area, will further enhance the Watechem's product offerings as well as add pathogen control capabilities and extend U.S. Water's national footprint.

About U.S. Water

U.S. Water seeks to identify and eliminate the root cause of problems, finding optimal solutions for each customer’s individual water treatment needs based on the best combination of chemistry, equipment, engineering and technical services. For more information, visit www.uswaterservices.com.

About Water Chemical Service

Waterchem provides specialty chemicals and engineering service for water treatment in the industrial process and commercial HVAC market. The company was incorporated in 1984 in Bel Air, Maryland as Water Chemical Service, Inc. and trades as Waterchem, our registered trademark. For more information, visit www.waterchem.com.

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