New England Service Company (NESC) is a firm predominately involved with the operation, management and financing of water utility and other related activities. The Company was formed in 1997 to operate in both regulated and unregulated water utility markets. NESC is the sole stockholder of four regulated water companies operating in three separate states. The largest of which is Valley Water Systems, Inc. (VWS), a utility established in 1884 that furnishes water to over 6800 customers in Plainville, Southington, and Farmington, Connecticut. NESC is also the sole stockholder of Colonial Water Company (CWC), a utility that provides water to about 1,500 customers in Dover and Plymouth, Massachusetts; Mountain Water Systems (MWS), a utility that provides water to over 500 customers in Sheffield, Massachusetts; and Abenaki Water Company (AWC), a combination of three utilities that provide water and sewer services to about 650 customers in Belmont, Bow, and Bretton Woods, New Hampshire.
NESC performs unregulated utility work throughout New England. The work performed is for both commercial and residential customers. Hydrant inspections/repairs, backflow testing/repairs, and small water system management are examples of the type of work that NESC performs across its service territory. The Company also provides plumbing, carpentry and handyman services within the State of Connecticut to both commercial and residential customers.
Through employees of NESC, VWS and CWC, the Company has a full grade range of treatment and distribution certifications, backflow device inspection, cross connection survey and plumbing licenses. Field personnel are supported by an experienced administrative staff with human resource, accounting, finance, and customer service skills. Its financial relationships are maintained with People’s United Bank and CoBank. NESC is headquartered in Plainville, Connecticut and is publicly traded under the symbol NESW Over The Counter.
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