ROCKLAND COUNTY, N.Y. -- United Water, which serves more than 500,000 customers, is changing its name, but will still receive its water from local sources, according to lohud.com.
The new name, Suez, is part of the former United Water's parent firm's global restructuring, said lohud.com.
Bill Madden, director of external affairs for the company, said beginning this week, all bills, employee uniforms, trucks and more will bear the Paris-based corporate company name of Suez, added lohud.com.
Madden said the company's new website, www.mysuezwater.com , would give customers a better way to pay their water bills and offer a look at the company itself, said loud.com.
The company serves about 300,000 people in Rockland and another 200,000 in lower Westchester.
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