Tampa Bay Water Blog
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Community outreach is essential to engage the Tampa Bay community on the important work of protecting our drinking water sources. Tampa Bay Water’s Source Water Protection Mini-grants and sponsorships programs help Tampa Bay Water partner with organizations that share common environmental goals and they are all cost-effective, collaborative ways to help spread the word about protecting our drinking water, environment and public health.
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Tampa Bay Water Chief Operating Officer Chuck Carden has been named the agency’s interim general manager.
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A contractor hit one of the City of Tampa’s 36-inch potable water transmission mains outside the David L. Tippin Water Treatment Facility Dec. 7, depleting the supplies from the plant and flooding streets in the area before the water could be shut off.
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Tampa Bay Water has a wide range of positions to keep the agency running: water treatment plant operators, hydrologic technicians, mechanical technicians, electricians, engineers, scientists, accounting technicians, and construction project managers, just to name a few. Many of these jobs are highly specialized, so it’s important to have a succession plan in place to ensure the agency continues to provide high-quality drinking water to the region as employees retire or leave.
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Several short- and long-term projects are underway to help address the need for more water in southern Hillsborough County. One short-term solution is the new Brandon Booster Station that will send an additional 5-7 million gallons of water per day to southern Hillsborough County.
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