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New Payment Drop Box

Who wants to leave the comfort of a/c in this heat and humidity? We certainly don’t! Now customers wishing to drop off a payment won’t need to either. Check out our new, secure payment drop box in our driveway. Customers can now drop off payments without leaving their car or worrying about missing office hours. Of course Daisy is a little saddened that there will be fewer visitors, so if you need your furry fix, please feel free to come in and enjoy our a/c during our regular business hours of 8:00 – 4:30.

 

 

 

 

Introducing Our New Tools & Calculators!

Had a leak? Want to fill a pool? How about a new irrigation system? All of these can significantly impact your water bill. We have added a new series of calculators to our website to allow customers the opportunity to better gauge the financial impact of any changes. Curious about other sources of use or impacts to your bill? Let us know what you need calculated and we will be happy to help.

 

NEW TOOLS AND CALCULATORS

Do We Have Your Current Contact Info?

MOVED RECENTLY OR CHANGED YOUR CELL PHONE CARRIER?

 

Sometimes we need to reach out to you regarding your account and find that your information is outdated. Please contact our office at your convenience (207.985.3385) to ensure we have the most up-to-date telephone number, mailing, and email address. We appreciate it!

OFFICE CLOSED JULY 4th AND 5th

The KK&W business office will be closed on Thursday, July 4th and Friday July 5th for Independence Day.  If you have a water-related emergency during this time period, please contact our treatment plant at 207-985-2362.

KKW Receives Prestigious MEMIC Safety Award

Kennebunk, Kennebunkport and Wells (KK&W) Water District was recently honored with an award for exceptional on-the-job safety performance during The MEMIC Group’s Annual Meeting of Policyholders. Only eight employers, out of more than 21,000 MEMIC policyholders across the country, received a 2019 award for workplace safety from the workers’ compensation insurance specialist.

 

KK&W Water District was established in 1921 and extends 25 miles along the York County coastline, the second longest water utility service area in Maine. Their 42 employees are dedicated to the mission of providing the highest quality of water and customer service at the lowest reasonable cost.

 

“Our experience modification factor right now is almost unheard of at 0.60,” said Assistant Superintendent Scott Minor of KK&W Water District. The experience “mod” is a measure of how well an employer performs compared to others with the same job classification.

 

“Anything less than 1.0 is good, but you can’t really get better than KK&W,” said MEMIC Safety Management Consultant Alexis Westin. “Their mod factor means they really care about safety and have successfully prevented expensive injuries. That’s great for their employees and their customers.”

 

Minor said MEMIC offers most of the safety training they need as well as additional resources specific to their operations. “Alexis participates at our safety committee meeting level. She’s a wonderful resource.”

 

“Besides myself, we’ve utilized other MEMIC safety experts to address risks such as rigging and chainsaw safety,” said Westin. “KK&W’s continuous improvement mindset also helped them received the Maine Department of Labor’s Safety and Health Award for Public Employers (SHAPE).”