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Using reclaimed water to augment drinking water sources, or potable reuse, is a concept that has been around for decades. Recently, it has gained more prominence as local utilities try to find more beneficial ways to reuse this resource.
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Projections show Florida’s population topping 6 million people by 2030, with 500,000 new residents heading to Tampa Bay Water’s service area. To continue serving the growing needs of our region, Tampa Bay Water has been exploring new water supply options as part of our Long-term Master Water Plan.
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At its October meeting, Tampa Bay Water’s board held a workshop to discuss the status of its Long-term Master Water Plan. Updated every five years, the Long-term Master Water Plan is a blueprint for meeting the region’s water needs in the 2040 timeframe.
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Supply and demand. It’s a basic economic principle that determines the price of a good or service. For Tampa Bay Water, that service is the delivery of wholesale drinking water to its member governments. The amount (supply) of that water depends on how much water (demand) each of these member governments needs.
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Our region currently has enough drinking water to last for the next 10 to15 years. The region is enjoying a surplus, thanks to the continued planning efforts of Tampa Bay Water and its member governments.
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