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  • Utilities , Inc.
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Northbrook, IL
  • "We offer an alternative to individual well and septic systems, developer-owned utilities, and even traditional wastewater treatment, and we continue to see tremendous growth," saidCrossett. There continues to be significant development outside of municipalities' service areas. In addition, there is an effort in many communities to limit the increasing number of well and septic tank operations and also focus on the exchange of reuse water for potable water. "What we do is partner with developers, and in some cases municipalities, to construct the infrastructure to provide water and wastewater services, primarily to residential areas but also to light commercial developments....