We have a new face at the Central Utah Water Conservancy District, and with it comes a renewed commitment to water conservation.
During one of Richard Maloy’s first projects as the district’s water conservation coordinator, he will interact... (Read More)
Do we know how to treat water or what?
For the 14th consecutive year, the Central Utah Water Conservancy District’s Don A. Christiansen Regional Water Treatment Plant has met the Partnership for Safe Water’s stringent Phase IV Excellence in... (Read More)
Can you believe this winter? One day, we’re snowed in and freezing. The next, a warm rain is washing most of it away.
But don’t let your guard down amid those 50-degree temperatures. It’s winter in Utah, and that calls for some specific... (Read More)
Accidental Conservationists Jason and Monica were pleasantly surprised recently when their water bill arrived. It showed the new amount for their level-pay arrangement. Their monthly bill had dropped by $30!
“That’s enough to pay back the... (Read More)
What does the father of the electric power industry in the Intermountain West, the gold mines of Telluride, Colo., and Central Utah Water Conservancy District have in common? A wonderful history that will factor into the future of water preservation... (Read More)
How cool is this? Your heart skipped a beat when you realized you were standing next to a low-flow, high-performance, water-saving shower head! Just keep the image in mind as you browse through our list of ultimate gift ideas for your loved ones... (Read More)
The holidays are here, but don’t use that as an excuse to take a break from conserving water.
If anything, we need to be become even more vigilant. A single 3-oz. serving of turkey requires 88 gal. of water to produce, and even though that's a... (Read More)
Fifteen minutes, right?
Accidental Conservationists Jason and Monica, still walking on air after getting a $100 rebate from the Central Utah Water Conservancy District for their new EPA WaterSense labeled sprinkler controller, quickly came back... (Read More)
On a recent road trip with a group of young homeschoolers—they were headed for a tour of the Jordanelle hydropower plant—we were struck by the brilliant minds surrounding us.
A casual discussion turned into a brainstorming session. The teens... (Read More)