As the largest provider of water and wastewater services in the El Paso region, we are committed to communicating timely information about our water and wastewater operations to our customers. We hope the information provided to you will give you a brief but comprehensive snapshot of the Utility water and wastewater operations, sources of supply, current ongoing projects, water conservation efforts and pertinent financial and statistical data. We believe the Utility is well positioned to provide efficient and effective quality water and wastewater service to our customers at reasonable prices.
Edmund G. "Ed" Archuleta (President/Chief Executive Officer)
Edmund G. "Ed" Archuleta has been manager of the El Paso Water Utilities Public Service Board since January 1989. He is responsible for all aspects of water, wastewater, reclaimed water service, and storm water to the greater El Paso metropolitan area. He reports to and implements strategic policies set by the seven-member Public Service Board.
A registered Professional Engineer in Texas, New Mexico, and Iowa, Mr. Archuleta earned BS and MS degrees in Civil Engineering from New Mexico State University and a Master of Management degree from the University of New Mexico. He is an American Academy of Environmental Engineers Diplomat. He was appointed in June 2006 by President George W. Bush to the National Infrastructure Advisory Council. In 2008, he was appointed to the National Academy of Engineering/Science to develop a publication on Water Reuse as an Approach on Meeting Future Water Supply Needs.
Mr. Archuleta is currently involved with several technical and professional organizations, including the American Water Works Association, the Water Environment Federation, Water for People, WateReuse Foundation, the National and Texas Societies of Professional Engineers, the Texas Water Conservation Association, New Mexico/Texas Water Commission, Far West Texas Planning Group, and Regional Economic Development Corporation. He is a past Chairman of the American Water Works Association Research Foundation, and current Trustee of the Association of Metropolitan Water Agencies, and the WateReuse Association. He serves as chairman of the Multi-State Salinity Coalition, an organization of 17 member cities in the West.
Mr. Archuleta is currently serving or has assisted on several civic organizations, including the United Way, the Paso del Norte Health Foundation, the Rotary Club, and the Greater El Paso Chamber of Commerce, Paso del Norte Group, El Paso Symphony, and New Mexico State University Academy of CAGE. He is also on the Engineering Advisory Committee to New Mexico State University and the University of Texas at El Paso.