Beep, Beep, your morning alarm is going off. You reach over to your bedside table to turn it off without knocking over your glass of water from the night before. Stumbling out of bed, you head to the bathroom. After using the toilet, you’ll wash... (Read More)
You probably know about water treatment plants. You may have driven or walked past one in your home town. But have you ever wondered what it does? What does a water treatment plant take out of the water before it gets to the tap in your home? When... (Read More)
Leonardo da Vinci once said, “Water is the driving force of all nature.” And so it has always been. From the crops we grow and eat, to our homes and our businesses, all are dependent, at some level, upon the same irreplaceable resource ... (Read More)
Supplying water is just one part of our job at the Central Utah Water Conservancy District. Treating wastewater so that it can be returned to the environment safely is an equally important element of what we do.
The water treatment plant in Park... (Read More)
Did you know that a household can use more than 50 gallons a day on watering yards and gardens? Even with the recent winter storms, our snow pack is still far from what it should be. That means we need to be thinking ahead.
There are several easy... (Read More)
Even though we’re not watering lawns or gardens in the winter, Americans still consume 70 gallons of water every day for drinking, washing, cooking and other indoor purposes. As the second-driest state in the union, Utah knows that water... (Read More)
We are so proud of our drinking water. It is among the best-tasting in the country and we might have taken top honors nationwide if we weren’t such good stewards of our well systems.
And speaking of wells, we are tapping into that same... (Read More)
When it comes to lists, you probably have a dozen of them in the works for the holiday season. Are you one of those people who’s had your gifts wrapped and packed away by Halloween? The rest of us are still working our way through The... (Read More)
Utah is in a state of emergency. It doesn’t get much more serious than that, especially in parts of the state where our farmers didn’t even have a second crop to harvest this year.
And we’re anticipating a warm winter with less moisture and... (Read More)