• December 7, 2021

Tags : El Paso water

PSB Hears Proposed Water and Wastewater Budget and Rates for

In the second of two budget workshops Monday evening, El Paso Water leaders presented the proposed  2017-18 water, wastewater and reclaimed water budget to the Public Service Board (PSB). The PSB heard details of a proposed $463.6 million dollar budget that funds the Utility’s operations along with projects to rehabilitate, modernize and expand systems to […]Read More

El Paso Water to receive $150m SWIFT Loan for Land,

The Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) today approved $150 million in additional loan funds under the State Water Implementation Fund for Texas (SWIFT) program for land and water acquisitions needed for El Paso’s water importation strategy. “Leveraging the SWIFT loan program at a time of historically low interest rates allows El Paso Water the flexibility […]Read More

El Paso Water begins Summer Sandbag Distribution

While temperatures are in the triple digits and clouds and downpours are few and far between, El Paso Water’s free sandbag distributino is under way. Customers can get sandbags for flood control seven days a week beginning Monday, July 11. The seasonal distribution sites will reopen in the Mission Valley, west, central and east areas […]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

El Pasoans to be Recognized for Embracing Water Conservation

El Paso Water Utilities (EPWU) officially marks 25 years of its city-wide conservation program that has effectively cut water consumption in El Paso by 30 percent. Utility officials seek to recognize customers who have cut their water consumption, embraced water conservation and contributed to the success that has positioned El Paso as a national conservation […]Read More

City announces new partnership to ‘enhance drinking water supply’

On Tuesday, El Paso City Council approved a Chapter 380 Incentive Agreement for the development of an innovative water production and chemical manufacturing facility that will bring first-of-its-kind technology to the region and increase economic development opportunities. The Enviro Water Minerals Company (EWM) is investing more than $65 million in this facility that is estimated […]Read More

El Paso Officially Launches “First-of-its kind” Water Reuse Project

Elected officials and key community leaders today previewed a “first-of-its-kind” Advanced Water Purification Pilot Facility built by El Paso Water Utilities to meet the city’s water supply needs in the face of continuing drought in the Southwest. “El Paso has faced drought cycles and challenges for decades, and Advanced Purification is a key strategy to […]Read More

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