Tampa Bay Water Blog
The water exhibit at the Glazer Children’s Museum is getting an upgrade, thanks to a $150,000 grant from Tampa Bay Water.
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From 2000 through 2016, demand for water in Tampa Bay Water’s service area declined 18 percent, thanks to a combination of economic changes as well as active and passive conservation initiatives
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In June 1998, six local governments cemented a regional solution that was two years in the making: Tampa Bay Water. The move was remarkable – an accomplishment that is as impressive today as it was 20 years ago.
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To thrive as a region, we must act a region. That was the conclusion local governments reached 20 years ago when they formed Tampa Bay Water.
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According to the Environmental Protection Agency, utilities lose an average of 16 percent of water flowing through their systems each year, which has both resource and economic consequences.
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