Reservoir Renovation: Building in Safety

Reservoir Renovation: Building in Safety

Previously Published in Reservoir Newsletter

Tampa Bay Water has a long record of safety with the Regional Reservoir. That commitment to safety started with the reservoir’s site selection, continued through construction of the original facility, and has remained constant since 2005 when the facility was first filled.

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Research Goal: Improve Water Quality, Reduce Cost

Research Goal: Improve Water Quality, Reduce Cost

Tampa Bay Water is currently teaming with the Water Research Foundation, Veolia and Carollo Engineers on a research project to understand how to use biofiltration at the regional surface water treatment plant to enhance water quality, treatment and hydraulic performance.

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April is Water Conservation Month and You Can Water Smarter

April is Water Conservation Month and You Can Water Smarter

The Tampa Bay Water Board of Directors joined the State of Florida and local governments in declaring April as Water Conservation Month. This annual proclamation underscores the need to conserve water during Florida’s typical spring dry season by highlighting variety of programs, promotions and public awareness campaigns aimed at improving water use efficiency.

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Improved Water Quality in the Works for Pinellas County

Improved Water Quality in the Works for Pinellas County

A new project is under construction in Pinellas County that will provide the County with more consistent water quality and reduce long-term operations and maintenance costs.

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Reduced water usage requested during construction

Reduced water usage requested during construction

Citizens are asked to curb all unnecessary indoor and outdoor water use during construction

Beginning Tuesday, Feb. 18, and continuing through Friday, Feb. 28, the Pinellas County drinking water supply will be limited, due to a scheduled construction project by the Pinellas County Department of Environment and Infrastructure and Tampa Bay Water, the regional water wholesaler serving Pinellas County.
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