Water Companies in Philadelphia, PA
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Action Cleaners - Cleaning Service Cleaning Company Carpet Cleaners Upholstery Cleaning
(215) 290-8030 more info
Ambler Borough Water & Sewer
(215) 646-1000 more info
Angelica's Water Ice and Company Office
(215) 713-0455 more info
Aqua America Inc
(610) 527-8000 more info
Aqua Pennsylvania Inc
(610) 521-4170 more info
Aqua Pennsylvania Inc: Underground Line Locating Service
(800) 242-1776 more info
Aqua Wastewater Management Inc
(610) 459-1111 more info
Arc Water Treatment Co
(215) 843-7004 more info
Bensalem Township Water Department
(215) 633-3630 more info
Borough of Merchantville: Water Commission
(856) 663-0043 more info
Brooklawn Water Works
(856) 456-2638 more info
Burlington Water Collections
(609) 386-0230 more info
Camden Water
(856) 635-1496 more info
Camden Water Inc
(856) 488-2041 more info
Cherry Water Co Toll Free
(800) 845-6792 more info
Chester Water Authority: General Office 9AM-5PM 5 & Welsh
(610) 876-8185 more info
Collingswood Water Department
(856) 858-0613 more info
East Greenwich Water
(856) 423-0655 more info
Falls Twp Water Department
(215) 949-9000 more info
Gibbstown Water Clerk
(856) 423-2389 more info
Gloucester City Water Department
(856) 456-1250 more info
Horsham Water & Sewer Authority
(215) 672-8011 more info
Merchantville-Pennsauken
(856) 486-9324 more info
New Jersey American Water Co
(856) 608-6055 more info
New Jersey Water Co Delaware Valley District
(856) 829-0147 more info
Newtown Artesian Water Co
(215) 968-6781 more info
Nj American Water Co Inc
(856) 829-3830 more info
Peco Energy: Contractor Need to Have Utility Lines Marked Penns
(800) 242-1776 more info
* Philadelphia Suburban Water Co
(610) 525-1402 more info
* Philadelphia Water Department
(215) 686-6880 more info
* Philadelphia Water Department
(215) 685-6121 more info
Phildelphia Water Department
(215) 685-6121 more info
Sinai Spring Water Company Inc
(215) 223-2300 more info
Township of Northampton: Water & Sewer Authority
(215) 357-8515 more info
Upper Southampton Twp Water Authority
(215) 357-8900 more info
Upper Southampton Water Auth
(215) 364-1390 more info
Upper Southampton Water Authority
(215) 322-1479 more info
Veolia Water North America
(856) 488-7450 more info
Warminster Twp Water Authority
(215) 675-3301 more info
Water & Sewer Distributors
(215) 564-3484 more info
West Conshohocken Municipal Authority Pumping Station
(610) 825-3028 more info
West Deptford Twp Water Department
(856) 853-4565 more info
Woodbury Water Department-Billing
(856) 845-1300 more info

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Facts about Philadelphia, PA:
Philadelphia  Kingdom of England  Kingdom of Great Britain Philadelphia (/?f?l??d?lfi.?/) is the largest city in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the sixth-most populous city in the United States, with an estimated population of 1,567,872 William Penn, an English Quaker, founded the city in 1682 to serve as capital of the Pennsylvania Colony. The city's population doubled from one million to two million people between 1890 and 1950. The Philadelphia area's many universities and colleges make it a top study destination, as the city has evolved into an educational and economic hub. Philadelphia is the birthplace of the United States Marine Corps, Before Europeans arrived, the Philadelphia area was home to the Lenape (Delaware) Indians in the village of Shackamaxon. The Lenape are a Native American tribe and First Nations band government. Lenape communities were weakened by newly introduced diseases, mainly smallpox, and violent conflict with Europeans. Iroquois...

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