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All American Water Restoration

When water intrudes or overflows your home or business, All American Cleaning & Restoration has IICRC-certified restoration specialists who will inspect your damage, provide a claim estimate, and begin water damage restoration. Based on the classification of water damage and water categorization (or sanitary quality), we determine the most suitable water extraction, cleanup and restoration process for you.

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All American Cleaning & Restoration will work closely with your insurance carrier. For accurate and dependable water damage estimates and restoration assessment, make All American your first and last call for minor or major water damage restoration.

With 24/7 emergency response for water damage cleanup, All American delivers best results and total customer satisfaction. Our inspections and water damage estimates provide the clearest picture for the claims process. Skilled, certified restoration specialists will begin repairing your water damage in Idaho Falls, Rexburg, Driggs, Iona, Pocatello, Bloomington, Bern, Almo, or anywhere throughout our ID service area. Call 208-203-1512 or contact us online to learn more about our water damage estimates and restoration process, and arrange a consultation.

All American Cleaning & Restoration leaves nothing to chance when it comes to submitting accurate, reliable water damage estimates for insurance claims and billing. Our process of damage estimation includes:

All American Cleaning & Restoration is your most professional, reliable solution for all water-damage cleanup and restoration needs, whether by natural disaster or breakdown of a water-related system. We assist customers in Idaho with the following and more:

For water damage cleanup that calls for 24/7 emergency response, All American is a call or click away. We'll provide a claims estimate as soon as possible for your insurance carrier and begin work ASAP on your damage repair and recovery. For help across the Idaho Falls, ID area, call us today at 208-203-1512 or contact us online to learn more and arrange a consultation.

As a former employee I feel confident in saying that All American Cleaning and Restoration is the best in town. Whether you are looking for a carpet cleaning or disaster restoration they are the ones to call. Everyone is incredibly skilled and trained. Very professional and friendly employees. I will be a lifelong customer. That should mean something coming from someone that doesn't work there (anymore)

All American performed some mold remediation and restoration in a basement room of my home. They were very responsive and timely, Fletch was professional from initial inspection to completion of the work, all crew members took the time to complete their work well, and the result was great! I would highly recommend All American Cleaning & Restoration.

If you live in Northern Wisconsin, and are experiencing a problem with water damage, pipe bursts, leaky basement, or humidity, you've come to the right place. At All American Remediation, we specialize in water removal and cleanup of all types, and we're ready 24/7 to help you.

Finding yourself in the unfortunate disaster of your home or business fire damage, water damage, or mold catastrophe, the first hours are crucial in removing hazards and preventing further damage. We are ready 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Call us anytime of the day or night and you will reach a real, live person. Within moments, they can dispatch certified specialists who will arrive within a couple hours to assess the situation and provide an estimate for flood damage removal, fire damage and smoke removal, storm damage clean up, leak detection, and more.

All American Remediation is an independent, locally owned and operated company serving Lincoln, Oneida, Marathon, Price, and Langlade counties with full-service restoration for both residential and commercial buildings. From clean up to demolition and reconstruction, you can count on us. We earn your business with dependable professional services, quality workmanship, and certified cleaning and restoration technicians. We are fully licensed, and insured. Our goal is to always combine technical expertise with great client experiences and get your life as well as your home or business back to normal as quickly as possible. We guarantee our work and your satisfaction.

Our IICRC certified professionals have the training and experience to identify moisture source, water damage, evaluate mold growth (visible or suspected), contain damage, remove contamination and dry materials to ensure that mold will not return.

Kirwan began his career with American Water in 1985 and has held several key operational positions ranging from water production superintendent, regional operations manager, director of maintenance services, senior director of operations for coastal New Jersey and vice president of Operations for New Jersey American Water. Most recently, he held the role of vice president of operational excellence for American Water.

CureUV's ultraviolet lamps are manufactured using the highest industry standards and meets or exceeds the OEM specifications. We ensure that each lamp from CureUV undergoes 100% quality control inspection to provide you the utmost safety with water. This UVC bulb comes with a four pin, single end configuration.

Public Notice - May 1, 2022American Suburban Utilities, Inc. (ASU) is requesting all wastewater service customers to please take note that the utility expects to file to remove the Utility Receipts Tax (URT) with the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission (Commission) on or about May 1, 2022...

Customer Letter - September 18, 2015On behalf of American Suburban Utilities, it is our privilege to provide you with your waste water utility service. Our top priorities are your safety and serving as a responsible custodian of the environment...

Water service sold to Indiana American WaterTo benefit you, our customers, we sold our drinking water lines to Indiana American Water. Your water quality should go up and your rate for this service should go down. With us, you were paying a flat rate of $51.78 per month. With Indiana American, it will be a metered service so your cost will be based on your usage. A monthly bill for 5,000 gallons of water will be $37.43 for customers without fire protection and $41.55 for those with fire protection.

The company will award grants of up to $10,000. The program is designed to support diverse types of activities, such as watershed cleanups, reforestation efforts, biodiversity projects, streamside buffer restoration projects, wellhead protection initiatives and hazardous waste collection efforts.

Grant information and application forms can be found online at Applications must be postmarked by April 1, and mailed to Karen Cotton at Illinois American Water, 7500 North Harker Drive, Peoria, Illinois 61615 or emailed to E-mail is preferred.

Illinois American Water, a wholly owned subsidiary of American Water (NYSE: AWK), is the largest investor-owned water utility in the state, providing high-quality and reliable water and/or wastewater services to approximately 1.2 million people. American Water also operates a customer service center in Alton and a quality control and research laboratory in Belleville.

Founded in 1886, American Water is the largest and most geographically diverse publicly traded U.S. water and wastewater utility company. With headquarters in Voorhees, N.J., the company employs 6,800 dedicated professionals who provide regulated and market-based drinking water, wastewater and other related services to an estimated 15 million people in 47 states and Ontario, Canada. More information can be found at

"It is anticipated that pavement restoration work could be completed next week on the east portion of 3rd Street," Karen Cotton, an Illinois American Water spokesperson said. "This will be weather dependent. Belle Street sewer work has been halted for the upcoming Alton Pride event scheduled for Sept. 10.

Work kicked off in February 2021 and will continue to progress until 2023. Work includes over six miles of sanitary sewer main being installed in the Turner Tract, Shields Valley, and Piasa Valley areas of Alton. When Illinois American Water acquired the Alton Regional Wastewater system, the company committed to addressing requirements set forth by the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency to remedy combined sewer overflows.

Backwater habitats of large rivers provide habitat for aquatic biota and influence important predator-prey interactions in fishes and other aquatic organisms. However, these areas often exhibit turbid conditions and lack habitat complexity. Restoration of lentic habitats through direct habitat manipulations has shown success in prior efforts, but these methods have not been tested in backwater habitats of large rivers. I attempted to create habitat in an Ohio River embayment by establishing founder colonies of aquatic macrophytes coupled with the placement of underwater gravel beds. I also evaluated the effects of total suspended solids (TSS) on overwintering structures of American Pondweed Potamogeton nodosus and Broadleaf Arrowhead Sagittaria latifolia to improve understanding of factors preventing establishment of aquatic macrophytes in turbid waters. Additionally, I evaluated the success of establishing founder colonies of Broadleaf Arrowhead, American Water Willow Justicia americana, and American Pondweed using various exclosure types and sizes in an Ohio River embayment. Finally, I sampled fishes in the embayment both before and after habitat enhancement efforts to attempt to detect responses by individual species. I found no differences in either morphology or tissue mass for American Pondweed winterbuds or Broadleaf Arrowhead tubers grown under seven levels of TSS ranging from 0-90 mg/L, suggesting that these structures can properly develop under turbid, low light conditions in shallow water. I also found high initial and subsequent year survival of American Water Willow and American Pondweed plants planted in protective exclosures. However, I found low overall early and subsequent year survival of Broadleaf Arrowhead planted using the same exclosures. Finally, I found high interannual variability for relative abundance, density, and mean length for dominant fishes in the embayment between 2012 and 2013. I was able to provide preliminary fish community data for the embayment at the Bryant Creek-Ohio River confluence. Overall, I was able to successfully establish founder colonies of American Water Willow and American Pondweed in the embayment and increase the local habitat complexity. Additionally, I was able to build on current understanding of factors leading to successful restoration techniques in freshwater ecosystems. 041b061a72


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