"I look forward to using this chairmanship to improve stewardship of Arizona's water and energy resources," Sen. Jeff Flake.
AMWUA Executive Dir. Warren Tenney says AZ's recent winter storms occurred in the right locations and should help water supplies, but the drought is not over yet.
Goodyear's City Council approves long-term deal with SRP, which will provide Goodyear with a direct and reliable connection to the CAP Canal.
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Posted on 02/20/2017
By Warren Tenney In 2009, I was a new member of the Board overseeing the Central Arizona Project (CAP) and energy, not water, was the primary focus. I was surprised with my sudden immersion into the ins and outs of energy. Yet, there was a good reason for concentrating on energy. As one of the … Continue reading Power Switch: Economics Driving New Energy for Moving Water
Posted on 02/13/2017
By Warren Tenney Arizona’s largest wastewater treatment plant already cleans and re-uses nearly all of the waste it receives from 2.5 million people in five AMWUA cities. Now, the cities that own the treatment plant have found one more way to re-use its products. As of spring 2018, the 91st Avenue Wastewater Treatment Plant will … Continue reading Wastewater Treatment Plant Turns Gaseous By-Product Into Profit
AMWUA Cities Help State Screen Schools To Ensure Safe Water
Posted on 02/06/2017
By Warren Tenney In the first six months of 2017, Arizona will screen water samples from 7,000 school buildings looking for unsafe levels of lead. The program is designed to determine if drinking water is contaminated by lead that might be present in a school’s plumbing lines, water fountains and faucets. Water sits in a … Continue reading AMWUA Cities Help State Screen Schools To Ensure Safe Water