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    Water & Sewage Companies in Schenectady

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    Business Listing   Glenville Town - Town Administrative Offices- Water Department- Water District No 11 Pumping - Schenectady, NY - Phone: (518) 382-1410

    Business Listing   Glenville Town - Water Department- Administration - Schenectady, NY - Phone: (518) 688-1217

    Business Listing   Rotterdam Town - Water Department Garage - Schenectady, NY - Phone: (518) 393-6948

    Business Listing   Schenectady City - Water Department - Schenectady, NY - Phone: (518) 382-5023

    Business Listing   WaterRise Co - Schenectady, NY - Phone: (800) 319-9175

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    Helpful Definition for: Water & Sewage Companies

    The water and sewage companies in Schenectady provide drinking water and wastewater services (including sewage treatment) to residential, commercial, and industrial sectors of the economy. The water industry includes manufacturers and suppliers of bottled water. The water industry operates sophisticated and costly water and wastewater networks and sewage treatment plants. Their functions commonly include integrated water system (water supply, sanitation system, and wastewater treatment), bulk water supply, water and wastewater network operations, and retail.

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