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California American Water acquires Oxbow Marina Mutual Water Company

Published 19 July 2017

California American Water has completed the acquisition of Oxbow Marina Mutual Water Company, a California based water services provider.

According to the terms of the agreement, approved by California Public Utilities Commission, California American Water will offer state-regulated potable water service to its new customers.

The Oxbow Marina system, consisting of boat slips and waterfront homes, is situated on Georgiana Slough and is one mile from the Isleton system of Sacramento District.

California American Water, Oxbow, and the California State Water Resources Control Board Division of Financial Assistance have joined forces to complete grant-funded improvements to integrate Oxbow water system with Isleton system of California American Water.

With the integrated of the systems, the water processed by the Isleton arsenic treatment plant of California American Water will become the potable source for Oxbow.

Oxbow Marina Mutual Water Company president and co-owner Kimberly Korth said: “Oxbow Mutual Marina Water Company looks forward to working with California American Water to provide our customers an improved water source with the planned pipeline connection to their excellent water filtration plant in Isleton.”

California American Water director of northern operations Audie Foster said: “This is truly a win-win as the new customers will enjoy improved water quality. We are currently working to ensure a seamless transition to provide our new customers with safe and reliable water services at a reasonable rate.”

A unit of American Water, the California American Water supplies 660000 people with quality and reliable water, and wastewater services.

American Water, founded in 1886, has over 6700 employees and provides services to 15 million people across 47 states.