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It's all in the membrane: Desal plant wins best water taste award

There must be something in the water at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Desalination Plant.
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Seasonal sandbag distribution sites now open

Customers can get sandbags for flood control seven days a week from July 11 until Sept. 30. The seasonal distribution sites are open in the Mission Valley, west, central and east areas of El Paso, and hours are extended at the Stormwater Operations Center, which is open throughout the year.
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Conservation, a way of life at St. Columban

As summer draws to a close, we want to highlight one of our most significant celebrations of the season— El Paso Water's 25 Years of Conservation.
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The flood that was and how Stormwater is making inroads to reduce flooding

It's been 10 years since a powerful monsoon storm swept through the city leaving more than $200 million in damages to homes and businesses and millions more in damages to infrastructure. The storm forced the city to evaluate its stormwater system.
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El Paso Water to receive $150 million SWIFT loan

At its July 21 meeting in Austin, the Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) approved $150 million in additional loan funds under the State Water Implementation Fund for Texas (SWIFT) program for land and water acquisitions needed for El Paso's water importation strategy.
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Stormwater Safety Campaign launched at Magnolia Pump Station

The recently completed $25 million pump station and pipeline located near Texas Avenue and Magnolia Street will enable stormwater flowing from the central mountain ranges to be captured and transferred down to the river. El Paso Water officials said the completion of the pump station represents the largest single investment that it has made thus far to alleviate flooding along the interstate during the monsoon season.
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What you should know about your water

How much do you know about your drinking water? Do you know where it comes from, what's in it and if it's safe to drink? The answers are in the 2015 Drinking Water Report.
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