• December 7, 2021

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El Paso Water Highlights Infrastructure Improvements Around City

To celebrate National Infrastructure Week with utilities across the country, EPWater is highlighting some of the many projects in and around the city. For 2018, EP Water officials say they are investing $75 million to replace aging water and wastewater lines, rehabilitate wells and reservoirs, and make much needed upgrades to various facilities. El Paso […]Read More

Video+Story: Technology Spurs EP Water’s Odor Control Projects

Times and technology have changed El Paso Water’s Haskell R. Street Wastewater Treatment Plant, and so have the complaints regarding odor control. In 2012, EP Water commissioned a report to identify odor control solutions. One the results were in, crews began implementation of those solutions shortly thereafter. With the new technology – and the 29 […]Read More

El Paso Water Crews Begin Next Phase of Kentucky Dam

Starting Wednesday, El Paso Water will close Alabama Street, from Wheeling Avenue to Richmond Avenue, to all traffic for several weeks to complete the next phase of the Kentucky Dam stormwater improvement project. During the closure, crews will replace the water mains in the closed off area and install new stormwater lines, improving services and […]Read More

El Paso Water Utilities Unveils new Logo, Name

El Paso Water Utilities is changing its name and look to offer a clear message—We are El Paso Water. “This logo is simple, modern and easily recognizable. Along with a new name, the logo reflects our efforts to provide diverse and innovative water resources to a growing El Paso region,” said El Paso Water President […]Read More

American Water Works leaders visit El Paso to mark EPWU

American Water Works Association (AWWA) leaders made a special visit to El Paso today and joined utility and plant leaders to help mark the 30-year anniversary of the Fred Hervey Water Reclamation Plant and its record as a pioneer in aquifer replenishment. They toured the plant that has been cleaning used water and recharging the […]Read More

Proposed Stormwater fee increase could cost homeowners 35 cents per

In the first of two budget workshops before the Public Service Board (PSB), El Paso Water Utilities (EPWU) staff Monday night proposed a stormwater budget of $57.8 million for the upcoming fiscal year 2016-2017. Staff recommended an 11% increase – or 35 cents to the typical household. According to EPWU officials, the proposed 2016-2017 monthly […]Read More

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