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Projections show Tampa Bay Water will need to supply an additional 10 million gallons per day (mgd) of water by 2028 to meet increased demand from population growth.
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Florida’s dry season may be over, but don’t stop conserving water. Not only did this dry season extend into mid-June as expected, demand for water steadily increased.
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Florida’s dry season is typically October through June. Often, during these months, as river flows reduce, Tampa Bay Water keeps its Surface Water Treatment Plant running with water from the C.W. Bill Young Regional Reservoir.
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In Florida, periodic droughts are a part of life. That’s why Tampa Bay Water created the Water Shortage Mitigation Plan, which ensures the region has clean, affordable drinking water, even in drier times.
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Tampa Bay Water’s board of directors yesterday took actions at its October meeting to ensure the region has enough drinking water for at least the next 20 years.
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