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Responsible water utilities are always planning for the future. The Tampa Bay region will need an additional 10 million gallons per day by 2028 and another 10 million gallons per day by 2038
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Three new water supply projects were moved forward for additional study when Tampa Bay Water’s board approved the 2018 Long-term Master Water Plan update.
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At an August workshop for the Tampa Bay Water board of directors, Tampa Bay Water staff previewed the initial results of four years of detailed analyses that composes the agency’s Long-term Master Water Plan
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To gauge public opinion on important water issues in the region such as long-term water supply planning, water needs, and water quality, Downs & St. Germain Research, on behalf of Tampa Bay Water, conducted a telephone and online survey of 1,200 randomly selected households in the Tampa Bay Water area.
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According to the Environmental Protection Agency, utilities lose an average of 16 percent of water flowing through their systems each year, which has both resource and economic consequences.
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