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Tampa Bay Water continues to work closely with Hillsborough County to ensure adequate supplies of drinking water are delivered to fast-growing south Hillsborough County.  Since June, Tampa Bay Water staff has identified potential properties for a new booster pump station site to deliver additional water through existing pipelines.  Additionally, Hillsborough County has increased its receipt of flows at its Central water treatment facility. 
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The year 2000 was both the beginning of a new millennium and a new era in water supply for our region. Tampa Bay Water ushered in this new era by breaking new ground in water supply development, facility operations and management, and environmental stewardship.
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Pipelines are to Tampa Bay Water’s system what veins and arteries are to the human body.
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In its 2015 State of the Water Industry Report, the American Water Works Association (AWWA) reports that renewal and replacement of aging infrastructure is cited by utilities as one of the top five most important issues they face. Following AWWA’s best management practices, Tampa Bay Water’s rates include the full cost of providing water service, and include renewal and replacement costs as well as the cost of collecting, pumping, treating, disinfecting, storing and transporting water.
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This summer, Tampa Bay Water will once again be able to store water in the regional reservoir. Kiewit Infrastructure South, the contractor renovating the storage facility, is closing in on a key schedule milestone—beginning initial filling this summer.
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