The city of Glendale is partnering with CAP to store water that could be used in times of Colorado River shortages.
David Modeer, General Manager of the Central Arizona Project, announces that he will retire April 30th.
AMWUA Director David Iwanski explains that smart policy, investment, and careful water management have prepared central Arizona to weather extended drought.
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Posted on 03/30/2015
AMWUA member cities are focused on keeping water flowing in and out of your homes and businesses day in and day out. At AMWUA, we’re all about solutions. Always have been. It’s our job. We’re also well aware of how easy it is for many people to throw up their hands, bury […]
Posted on 03/23/2015
Do you remember the old low-flow shower heads? Some of them were awful, weren’t they? Those old shower heads began to give water-efficient fixtures an image problem that was hard to shake. The U.S. Congress mandated more water-efficient household fixtures and appliances in 1994. It was an effective law that made a […]
Cities Store Water To Keep Taps Flowing Come (No) Rain or Shine
Posted on 03/16/2015
The desert is not a place where water is taken for granted. In desert cities, water must be managed. Each of the AMWUA member cities has a water management plan and part of that plan is storing water. The water would be used during times of Colorado River shortages, such as those […]