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El Paso Chihuahuas recognize EPWU's Armando Renteria and Robert Corral

What do the El Paso Chihuahuas and El Paso Water Utilities have in common? Both organizations recognize the importance of a safe, reliable water supply, and both are highlighting EPWU employees and the important work they do.
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Sandbags available for flood control

Sandbags are distributed from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday at the Stormwater Operations Center, 4801 Fred Wilson Ave. The seasonal sandbag sites in the west, central, east and Mission Valley areas of the city are closed and will reopen in July.
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EPWU Does Not Endorse Pipeline Protection Programs

El Paso Water Utilities has received inquiries from customers about companies offering programs that cover the cost of emergency repairs to your private water and sewer service lines. EPWU is not affiliated with these companies and does not endorse the companies or their programs. Furthermore, EPWU does not require customers to obtain pipeline protection coverage.

Customers who are considering purchasing pipeline protection coverage from private companies are advised to read the information carefully before making a decision.

 

Bill will reflect new rates, new format

The new water, wastewater and stormwater rates approved by the Public Service Board are effective with meter readings taken after Feb. 28. Customers will begin to see the new rates when they receive their March El Paso Water Utilities bills. There will also be more details explaining the EPWU charges on the left side of the bill.
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Water treatment plants recognized for excellence

The Partnership for Safe Water has awarded its Directors Award to the Jonathan W. Rogers Water Treatment Plant in the Mission Valley and the Robertson/Umbenhauer Water Treatment Plant in downtown El Paso. The award recognizes the commitment of resources provided by the Public Service Board and El Paso Water Utilities administration, as well as the accomplishments of the plant personnel.
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Public gets close look at stormwater system

El Pasoans of all ages assembled at EPWU's TecH2O Center on a recent Saturday morning. Seventy-five people boarded buses for the utility's first public stormwater facilities tour. They left at 8:30 a.m., returned four hours later, and made several stops along the way.
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Authorized agencies streamline payment processing

There is good news for customers who make payments at CheckFreePay authorized payment agencies. We've upgraded their payment systems. This means customers will not need to call with the payment confirmation number, because payments are processed the same day.
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Free showerheads available to EPWU customers

Showering accounts for nearly 17 percent of residential indoor water use, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. This equals almost 40 gallons of water per day for the average family. El Paso Water Utilities is offering its customers free, water-efficient showerheads that can maximize water savings in the bathroom and reduce energy use, too.
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