American Water Begins Pennylsvania Water Line Relocation Project

American Water Works Co.’s Pennysylvania unit this weekend will begin $1.8 million of water line relocation work in Kingston township to accommodate a state transportation department construction project.

Pennsylvania American Water is the largest water utility in the state and part of Voorhees, New Jersey-based American Water, the biggest publicly traded wastewater and water utility in the U.S. The water work is due to be finished by year’s end, it said in a statement.

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