Darlington Water System

The Darlington Town Council and clerk-treasurer are behind Aqua’s Tori Murry, day-to-day operator of the Darlington water system.

DARLINGTON — Aqua Indiana officials joined Darlington town council members Tuesday at a fire hydrant opening to celebrate the completion of a major water main construction project that will improve service reliability and water flow throughout the 1,000-resident Montgomery County community. The event took place on South Madison Street in Darlington.

Aqua installed nearly 5,000 feet of new water mains and five new fire hydrants that will enhance fire protection in the southeastern part of the town. The project represents $225,000 of the nearly $750,000 Aqua has invested since acquiring the Darlington water system in 2007.

“Aqua is proud of the investments we’ve made in Darlington and for the partnership we have with the town,” said Aqua Indiana president Tom Bruns. “The completion of this improvement project is another example of our company’s commitment to working with smaller communities in Indiana to assure the reliable delivery of safe water to our customers.”

Aqua Indiana is a regulated public utility that provides water and wastewater service to more than 75,000 people (1,200 water customers and 25,500 wastewater customers). Aqua operates 14 utility systems in 14 counties throughout the State of Indiana.  Aqua employs 43 people in Indiana and is headquartered in Indianapolis with division offices in Fort Wayne and Valparaiso.  Aqua owns and operates 13 wastewater treatment plants and one water treatment plant. Visit AquaAmerica.com for more information, or follow Aqua on Facebook at facebook.com/MyAquaAmerica and on Twitter at @MyAquaAmerica.

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Herman Smith

Oh how cute, they have a, "partnership" with the town. Maybe now Darlington will know if they're residents' water is shut off intead of making people go out and dig up the main or pour concrete into their toilet to prove it. That's what they said would have to happen to avoid paying fees while the house is unoccupied.

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