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Tampa Bay Water staff and consultants have been investigating the feasibility of three potential new water supply projects since January 2019. Work has progressed on the Surface Water Treatment Plant Expansion, Tampa Bay Seawater Desalination Plant Expansion and South Hillsborough Wellfield projects. New water supplies are needed in the 2028 timeframe to meet the region’s growing water needs.
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Construction on the Brandon Booster Station will soon begin as early procurement of equipment and cooperative funding have both recently been approved. Once operational, the Brandon Booster Station will pressurize and send an additional 5-7 million gallons of water per day to Hillsborough County’s Lithia Water Treatment Plant.
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One important piece of the long-term solution for water needs in southern Hillsborough County is Tampa Bay Water’s new pipeline project. The new 60-inch diameter Hillsborough County Pipeline includes two segments:
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Tampa Way Water is considering a new wellfield in southern Hillsborough County to meet growing water needs and wants your feedback. You can learn about the project by watching a video ... and then provide your input through a brief online survey.
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One of the toughest decisions water utilities face is when to develop new water projects. If new infrastructure is built before it is needed, it can be an underused asset impacting the financial health of the utility. Not only may rates increase to finance the project, but the utility’s debt ratio may reduce its credit rating, making it harder to secure funding for future projects ...
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