Welcome to Maryland American Water
Maryland American Water is your local water company.
Our lives revolve around water. It’s somehow involved in everything thing we do, everything we use. We are experts in water and wastewater treatment and delivery.
In Maryland, we serve about 20,000 people, supplying high quality water service. We abide by regulations, invest in our vast infrastructure, educate our customers on wise water use, and help out where we can in our cities and towns.
Because water is such an integral part of life, we take pride in taking care of it.
In Maryland, all of our operations are regulated utilities. The Maryland Public Service Commission (PSC) sets rules and we carefully follow them. Those regulations are what help to ensure everyone is receiving high quality water at a fair price. All increases in service rates are directly related to the cost of providing high quality service and are subjected to a public review process and approval by the PSC.
Maryland American Water follows strict regulations created by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) and enforced by the Maryland Department of the Environment that help to provide high quality drinking water. Because we work in cooperation with the USEPA to help in the development of national drinking water standards, we are often years ahead of the industry in implementing regulations.
More about Maryland American Water
What is the source of supply for Maryland American Water?
Winters Run Stream and the Bynum Run Well provide the source water for Maryland American Water’s service area. Learn more about our plans to secure reliable water for our customers for the foreseeable future. Our Bel Air Water Supply Update: Spring 2015 is also available as a downloadable pdf.
How many customers (connections) does Maryland American Water serve?
We serve 4,935 customers: 4,262 residential, 632 commercial and 41 other accounts. The total population served is about 20,000.
How many gallons of water do you treat every day?
We treat about 1.5 million gallons each day.