U.S. Water expands with new acquisition

Nov. 17, 2015
Under a $9 million dollar purchase agreement, U.S. Water has acquired Georgia-based A and W Technologies.
Allan Bly, CEO, U.S. Water

St. Michael, MN, Nov. 17, 2015 -- Under a $9 million dollar purchase agreement, U.S. Water, an ALLETE Company (NYSE: ALE), has announced the acquisition of Georgia-based A and W Technologies, a strong regional company in the Southeastern United States that provides specialty chemicals and engineering service for water treatment in data centers, light industrial, institutional and food industries.

"The addition of A and W Technologies to the U.S. Water family will enable our company to provide a stronger focus on data centers, commercial/institutional business, and the food industry in the Southeastern United States," said Allan Bly, U.S. Water CEO. "We are very excited to have A and W Technologies join the U.S. Water family. Their experienced engineers will be a great addition to our team."

About U.S. Water

U.S. Water, an ALLETE Company (NYSE: ALE), is an integrated industrial water management company headquartered in St. Michael, Minnesota. They provide integrated water management for industry by combining chemical, equipment, engineering and service for customized solutions to reduce water and energy usage and improve efficiency.

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