Tampa Bay Water Blog
Tampa Bay Water staff toured the City of Tampa’s Suspended Ion Exchange (SIX) Pilot Plant at the David L. Tippin Water Treatment Plant on April 5 to learn about a new technology that can remove total organic carbon from the city’s source water, the Hillsborough River.
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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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For 23 years, Keep Pinellas Beautiful has held the Great American Cleanup to bring volunteers together to pick up litter across the county. This year, Keep Pinellas Beautiful kicked off the cleanup with its 3rd Annual Leaders Against Litter event on March 1. Community leaders and elected officials, including representatives of Tampa Bay Water, attended to help clean up Gandy Beach.
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Tampa Bay Water has, for decades, considered reclaimed water as a potential source of drinking water, either directly or indirectly. One of the first projects considered was the Tampa Water Resource Recovery Project in 1998 and was included in the utility’s 1998 Amended and Restated Interlocal Agreement. A project called the Downstream Augmentation project followed in 2002.
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If you’ve visited the Tampa Bay Water Wise website to see if you’re eligible for a rebate, you may not have found your address in the eligibility list. To ensure wide participation, Tampa Bay Water will open the program to customers whose addresses don’t appear on the eligibility list, as long as they meet all the program requirements. The website is being updated to reflect this shift and improve the user experience.
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