Is that a new waterslide? — News on TAP

Nope. It’s a Denver Water canal built in the 1930s and called upon to shuttle water this summer. The post Is that a new waterslide? appeared first on News on TAP.

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Tackling lead at its source, the first six months — News on TAP

Denver Water’s Lead Reduction Program replaces more than 1,000 lead lines, distributes 80,000 pitchers/filters out of the gate. The post Tackling lead at its source, the first six months appeared first on News on TAP.

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The journey of water — a snapshot — News on TAP

Denver’s water snakes and tumbles through stunning country to reach your tap. The post The journey of water — a snapshot appeared first on News on TAP.

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One eye on the weather, the other on water use — News on TAP

Denver metro area continues to use water efficiently as drought looms during hot, dry summer resulting in increased watering. The post One eye on the weather, the other on water use appeared first on News on TAP.

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Gross dam’s powerful benefit — News on TAP

Expansion project will help increase Denver Water’s renewable energy production. The post Gross dam’s powerful benefit appeared first on News on TAP.

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FERC gives final federal nod of approval for Gross Reservoir expansion — News on TAP

Project to raise dam will improve water reliability for more than 1.5 million people while benefiting the environment. The post FERC gives final federal nod of approval for Gross Reservoir expansion appeared first on News on TAP.

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Always engaging, even in a pandemic — News on TAP

Denver Water’s Gross Reservoir Expansion team doesn’t let COVID-19 keep them from staying in touch. The post Always engaging, even in a pandemic appeared first on News on TAP.

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Now serving 1.5 million daily — News on TAP

The number of people who rely on Denver Water every day grows. The post Now serving 1.5 million daily appeared first on News on TAP.

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Pipelines into the past — News on TAP

Denver Water crews marvel at water lines from the 1880s as they are replaced to handle new demands. The post Pipelines into the past appeared first on News on TAP.

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Celebrating the value of water with art — News on TAP

New public art piece follows the journey of Denver’s water. The post Celebrating the value of water with art appeared first on News on TAP.

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Completing the bucket list, one reservoir at a time — News on TAP

As one adventure ends, a Denver Water employee embarks on a new one under the stars of the Milky Way. The post Completing the bucket list, one reservoir at a time appeared first on News on TAP.

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Buckling up for what could be a hot, dry summer — News on TAP

Denver Water reservoirs expected to nearly fill, but higher summer water bills are on the horizon. The post Buckling up for what could be a hot, dry summer appeared first on News on TAP.

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Press Release: A Statement on the 40th Anniversary of Arizona Groundwater Management Act of 1980 — Arizona Water News

PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Doug MacEachern or Shauna Evans June 10, 2020 PHONE: 602.771. 8507 or 602.771.8079 A Statement on the 40th Anniversary of Arizona Groundwater Management Act […]

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Doing right by the climate — on the inside and out — News on TAP

Denver Water’s new headquarters on the leading edge of efficient heating and cooling. The post Doing right by the climate — on the inside and out appeared first on News on TAP.

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Learning about water while ‘safer at home’ — News on TAP

Denver Water’s Youth Education program has an online platform for students to learn about water in Colorado from their homes. The post Learning about water while ‘safer at home’ appeared first on News on TAP.

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Learning about water while ‘safer at home’ — News on TAP

Denver Water’s Youth Education program has an online platform for students to learn about water in Colorado from their homes. The post Learning about water while ‘safer at home’ appeared first on News on TAP.

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Main break creates impressive geyser — News on TAP

Video captures the power of water under pressure and the importance of Denver Water’s 24/7 emergency response. The post Main break creates impressive geyser appeared first on News on TAP.

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Bond sale and refi to save water users at least $17.5 million over time — News on TAP

Denver Water raises about $300 million to help pay for capital improvements and minimize future rate increases. The post Bond sale and refi to save water users at least $17.5 million over time appeared first on News on TAP.

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Big water savings come home in groundbreaking pilot project — News on TAP

Water efficiency coming to 40 new homes in Stapleton area by using greywater. The post Big water savings come home in groundbreaking pilot project appeared first on News on TAP.

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Mountain runoff picking up after snowpack hits 2020 peak — News on TAP

Denver Water expects its storage reservoirs to fill by early July. The post Mountain runoff picking up after snowpack hits 2020 peak appeared first on News on TAP.

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Simple strategies can cut water use and save money — News on TAP

From faulty flappers to sunken sprinklers, how small things can add to your water bill. The post Simple strategies can cut water use and save money appeared first on News on TAP.

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Water use patterns provide a sense of normalcy — News on TAP

Denver Water employees keep watchful eye on the system through COVID-19. The post Water use patterns provide a sense of normalcy appeared first on News on TAP.

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Water use patterns provide a sense of normalcy — News on TAP

Denver Water employees keep watchful eye on the system through COVID-19. The post Water use patterns provide a sense of normalcy appeared first on News on TAP.

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It’s a dirty problem, but somebody’s gotta solve it — News on TAP

Denver Water faces a gritty challenge at one of its key locations for managing water supplies. The post It’s a dirty problem, but somebody’s gotta solve it appeared first on News on TAP.

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Social distancing matters — even with your sprinkler system — News on TAP

Homeowners can help sprinkler techs firing up systems amid COVID-19. The post Social distancing matters — even with your sprinkler system appeared first on News on TAP.

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Making masks to keep co-workers safe during COVID-19 — News on TAP

Denver Water employees use 3D printers and sewing skills during crisis to protect front-line workers. The post Making masks to keep co-workers safe during COVID-19 appeared first on News on TAP.

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Happy birthday to Earth Day, turning 50 this year — News on TAP

But when it comes to protecting our most precious resource, every day is Earth Day. The post Happy birthday to Earth Day, turning 50 this year appeared first on News on TAP.

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Press Release: Statement on the Bureau of Reclamation’s April 24-Month Study — Arizona Water News

PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Doug MacEachern or Shauna Evans April 16, 2020 PHONE: 602.771. 8507 or 602.771.8079 Statement on the Bureau of Reclamation’s April 24-Month Study PHOENIX – The […]

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A video message from Denver Water’s CEO on COVID-19 — News on TAP

Jim Lochhead provides an overview of the utility’s response, along with pictures of employees keeping the water flowing during the shelter-in-place order. The post A video message from Denver Water’s CEO on COVID-19 appeared first on News on TAP.

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A COVID-19 plea to recreationists — News on TAP

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Denver Water asks people to stay put and help take pressure off our employees, facilities and mountain communities. The post A COVID-19 plea to recreationists appeared first on News on TAP.

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You received a water filter from Denver Water. Now what? — News on TAP

More than 100,000 water pitchers and filters are being delivered to older homes through the summer as part of the Lead Reduction Program. The post You received a water filter from Denver Water. Now what? appeared first on News on TAP.

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Mountain #snowpack ‘looking good’ heading into spring — News on TAP

Big storms in February played a key role in boosting water supply. The post Mountain snowpack ‘looking good’ heading into spring appeared first on News on TAP.

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COVID-19 doesn’t stop Denver Water’s lead program — News on TAP

Public health initiative pivots to focus on work that can be done at a distance. The post COVID-19 doesn’t stop Denver Water’s lead program appeared first on News on TAP.

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Keeping the water flowing through COVID-19 — News on TAP

Denver Water operations shift to protect workers and the community during virus crisis. The post Keeping the water flowing through COVID-19 appeared first on News on TAP.

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Press Release: ADWR creates new, informational “Continuing Operations” web page — Arizona Water News

PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Doug MacEachern or Shauna Evans March 20, 2020 PHONE: 602.771. 8507 or 602.771.8507 ADWR creates new, informational “Continuing Operations” web page PHOENIX – Like virtually all other […]

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Respuesta de Denver Water a COVID-19 — News on TAP

Conozca los pasos tomados para garantizar un suministro de agua potable seguro y confiable para el área metropolitana. The post Respuesta de Denver Water a COVID-19 appeared first on News on TAP.

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Life is better with water — News on TAP

Denver Water celebrates all that water brings to life with new advertising campaign. The post Life is better with water appeared first on News on TAP.

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Denver Water’s response to COVID-19 — News on TAP

Learn about the steps taken to ensure a safe, reliable drinking water supply for the metro area. The post Denver Water’s response to COVID-19 appeared first on News on TAP.

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February was snowy, but was it the snowiest? — News on TAP

At 200% of the normal accumulation, see what last month’s big snowpack means for Denver’s water supply. The post February was snowy, but was it the snowiest? appeared first on News on TAP.

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New Lead Reduction Program underway — News on TAP

In March, Denver Water is launching a major initiative to protect customers from lead in their homes. The post New Lead Reduction Program underway appeared first on News on TAP.

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From snowflake to tap — a video journey — News on TAP

As Rocky Mountain PBS kicks off ‘Water Week,’ we present to you a behind-the-scenes feature of Denver’s water system. The post From snowflake to tap — a video journey appeared first on News on TAP.

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Teaching the teachers about water — News on TAP

A daylong tour through Denver’s urban watershed will pay off for thousands of kids this summer. The post Teaching the teachers about water appeared first on News on TAP.

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From snowflake to tap — a video journey — News on TAP

As Rocky Mountain PBS kicks off ‘Water Week,’ we present to you a behind-the-scenes feature of Denver’s water system. The post From snowflake to tap — a video journey appeared first on News on TAP.

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A new chapter in an epic ‘Fish story’ — News on TAP

Decades after sprawling reporting project on four rare Colorado River species, some hopeful news for a prehistoric swimmer. The post A new chapter in an epic ‘Fish story’ appeared first on News on TAP.

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Biggest storm of the season boosts snowpack — News on TAP

Survey says: Snowpack soaring on heels of epic powder days at Colorado ski resorts. The post Biggest storm of the season boosts snowpack appeared first on News on TAP.

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Wyoming homecoming: Embracing the familiar and the fraught — Katie Klingsporn

Originally published in WyoFile on Dec. 3. It was already dark when we crossed the Wyoming state line, but I didn’t need daylight to know what was out there. Oceans of sagebrush, the occasional pronghorn and mile upon mile of unpeopled land. I didn’t have to see the white cliffs armoring the face of the […]

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Press Release: Arizona Department of Water Resources conducting “basin sweep” to collect water level measurements in the Tucson and Santa Cruz Active Management Areas & Cienega Creek and San Rafael Basins — Arizona Water News

PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Shauna Evans Jan. 30, 2020 […]

via Press Release: Arizona Department of Water Resources conducting “basin sweep” to collect water level measurements in the Tucson and Santa Cruz Active Management Areas & Cienega Creek and San Rafael Basins — Arizona Water News

Post-holiday drought makes for its own ‘Dry January’ — News on TAP

But avoid temptation to fire up the irrigation system — just a little hand watering will do fine. The post Post-holiday drought makes for its own ‘Dry January’ appeared first on News on TAP.

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Habitat resurrection means aquatic love connection — News on TAP

Brown trout swarm to spawn at newly restored section of Williams Fork. The post Habitat resurrection means aquatic love connection appeared first on News on TAP.

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Do you think you’re using water wisely indoors? — News on TAP

Follow this easy-to-use guide to determine if you have any water waste in your home and become more efficient today. The post Do you think you’re using water wisely indoors? appeared first on News on TAP.

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