Tampa Bay Water Blog
Tampa Bay Water awarded nearly $30,000 in mini-grant at its February board meeting to help area non-profits, schools and community groups protect the aquifer, rivers and bay that the region uses for its drinking water.
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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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Prior to the formation of Tampa Bay Water, the regional water supply wholesaler was the West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority. The authority was a cooperative, resulting in an economic and voting disparity among local governments.
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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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