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Do you know what it means to be a conservation hero?

El Paso Water Utilities (EPWU) is celebrating a quarter century of conservation. This means that for a generation, EPWU and the community have taken the necessary steps to ensure that water is preserved and available for our children and our children's children.
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Harmony Science Academy students tour Jonathan Rogers, EPWU's award winning plant

Eighteen seniors from Harmony Science Academy spent a sunny Thursday morning touring Jonathan Rogers Water Treatment Plant in El Paso's Lower Valley.
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'Water Savers' program underway

What's new, El Paso?

Have you heard of our "Water Savers" program and its tie-in to Neon Desert?

By now, you may have heard of our "Conservation Heroes" program.

If you haven't, that's El Paso Water Utilities' (EPWU) effort to recognize people who have made a conscious effort to cut back on water consumption.
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Earth Day: Water sample analyst places high emphasis on wildlife conservation

Earth Day is here and while it's easy for folks to gloss over the calendar and forget the importance of April 22, some El Pasoans see the date as an opportunity to talk about the importance of environmental stewardship and wildlife preservation.
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El Paso, we commend you!

Thank you, El Paso, for reducing your water use and showing the nation that conservation works. Since 1991 when the conservation program started, El Pasoans have installed water-efficient appliances and fixtures and planted water-smart trees, plants and shrubs.
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Time-of-day watering schedule in effect

El Paso's time-of-day watering schedule is in effect from April 1 through Sept. 30. Residents may water their lawns and gardens before 10 a.m. and after 6 p.m., and only on designated days.
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El Paso's water is safe to drink

Contrary to what you might hear in the news from other cities, drinking water is not a significant problem in El Paso. There is no lead in the source waters used for El Paso's drinking water, nor is there lead in the pipelines that carry water through the city or the service lines that lead into businesses and homes.
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Sandbags available at Stormwater Operations Center

The seasonal sandbag sites in the west, central, east and Mission Valley areas of the city are closed until summer 2016. Sandbags will be distributed from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday at the Stormwater Operations Center, 4801 Fred Wilson Ave.
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