Middlesex Water Company
Middlesex Water is a dividend aristocrat that owns/operates regulated water/wastewater systems and also operates municipal and private systems under contract. Services include renewable energy, military base privatizations, industrial applications and public private partnerships.
Middlesex Water Company (NASDAQ: MSEX) was incorporated as a water utility company in 1897 and owns and operates regulated water utility and wastewater systems in New Jersey, Delaware and Pennsylvania. The Company also operates water and wastewater systems under contract on behalf of municipal and private clients in New Jersey and Delaware. One of 9 remaining U.S.-based publicly-traded water and wastewater utilities, Middlesex Water has built upon its core technical competencies in traditional water and wastewater utility services to pursue and deliver on sensible growth opportunities including: -- water and wastewater system acquisitions,-- U.S. military base water system privatizations, -- turnkey renewable energy projects, --industrial pre-treatment applications and --public private partnerships to the benefit of the Company’s customers, employees and shareholders. Our vision is to be the preferred choice of individuals, developers and municipalities seeking water, wastewater and related service solutions. Middlesex Water has paid cash dividends in varying amounts continually since 1912 and has increased its dividend for 43 consecutive years.
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How To InvestStock Information
Ticker Symbol: MSEX
Listed on the following exchange: NASDAQ
Dividend Reinvestment Plan: Yes
Direct Stock Purchase Plan: Yes
We offer a Direct Share Purchase and Sale and Dividend Reinvestment Plan.
The Plan is designed to provide investors with a convenient method to purchase shares of Middlesex Common Stock and to reinvest cash dividends in the purchase of additional shares. First time investors and existing registered shareholders who hold freely tradable shares of Middlesex Common Stock can submit requests to buy new shares without opening up a brokerage account.
Key features: Minimum initial investment: $500.00 up to a maximum of $10,000 or authorizing monthly deductions of at least $25.00 from a qualified bank account for the purchase of Middlesex common stock. Once you have enrolled, you may purchase additional shares of Middlesex Common Stock through additional optional cash payments of $25.00 or more (maximum$25,000.00 per calendar quarter).
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Brentwood, NY, 11717-0718
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- Middlesex Water is one of nine publicly traded water utilities in the U.S.
- Middlesex Water increased its dividend for the 43rd consecutive year in 2015 and has paid cash dividends in varying amounts continually since 1912.
- In 2014, through its Delaware subsidiary Tidewater Utilities, Middlesex began full operation and ownership of the water production and distribution system of Dover Air Force Base under a 50-year agreement.
- CEO Dennis Doll was a contributing author to the book, “The Value of Water” A Compendium of Essays by Smart CEOs.”
- MSEX has been recognized by the NYSE for its Governance, Risk and Compliance Leadership in 2015 and 2016.
- Middlesex Water’s renewable energy project implemented at the wastewater treatment plant owned by the Village of Ridgewood, NJ was recognized as Biogas Project of the Year by the American Biogas Council.
- Standard & Poor’s upgraded Middlesex Water Company’s issuer credit rating to ‘A’ from ‘A-‘ and revised its rating outlook to ‘Stable’ from ‘Positive’ in August 2015.
- CEO Dennis Doll is Vice Chairman and Treasurer of the Board of Trustees of the Water Research Foundation and past president and current Director of the National Association of Water Companies.
- Middlesex Water has been operating as a water utility company in New Jersey since 1897.
- MSEX will be investing $12 million to upgrade water delivery infrastructure in South Amboy and Edison, NJ in 2016.