The purpose of this report is to present the conceptual study results and recommendations for potable water and reclaimed water infrastructure requirements in the HAMP planning area. A second report has already been prepared with study results and recommendations for wastewater facilities. The projected land use assumptions and population projections used in this potable and reclaimed water conceptual plan are consistent with Pima County's Plan.
A report on monitoring of the city of El Mirage's water, for compliance with state and federal standards.
A report of water quality tests performed in Yuma, to show compliance with state and Federal standards. Also discusses issues related to the supply of drinking water in Yuma.
The results of a 2014 mail survey of 824 residents of Gilbert, to determine residents' level of satisfaction with the delivery of town services (particularly drinking water, and parks and recreation facilities) and the quality of life in Gilbert, Arizona
Provides information on Peoria's water cycle, as well as a summary of the thousands of tests and measurements performed by the city to confirm the safety of the drinking water provided by the City
The Water Infrastructure Finance Authority of Arizona implements three types of technical assistance: ** Project Technical Assistance – Planning and Design Assistance Grants assist an individual drinking water or wastewater system to conceive, plan, design, or develop an infrastructure project. ** Policy Technical Assistance – Policy TA includes studies, surveys and other types of reports that provide benefit to a range of drinking water and wastewater systems statewide. ** Operational Technical Assistance – The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality manages this program to provide assistance to individual drinking water and wastewater systems to improve facility operations.
The Drinking Water State Revolving Fund IUP describes WIFA’s plan to utilize various sources of funds to finance drinking water infrastructure and support related program activities during the State FY funding cycle from July 1 through June 30. This plan is a required element of the grant application documentation to obtain the grant award. Arizona herewith submits its IUP for the funds available to Arizona for the purposes of continuing the development, implementation and administration of the DWSRF program in Arizona.
The Water Infrastructure Finance Authority of Arizona is an independent agency of the state of Arizona established to finance the construction, rehabilitation, and improvement of drinking water, wastewater, wastewater reclamation, and other water quality projects. WIFA operates as a “bond bank” and has the authority to issue bonds on behalf of communities for basic water infrastructure.
Describe la calidad del agua potable de Chandler, para cumplir con las regulaciones estatales y federales de la Agencia de Protección del Medio Ambiente de los Estados Unidos (USEPA por sus siglas en inglés); promueve el entendimiento con respecto al agua potable y la comprensión sobre la necesidad de proteger los recursos del agua potable de Chandler. Describes the quality of Chandler's drinking water to comply with state and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) regulations; promotes understanding of drinking water and awareness of the need to protect Chandler's drinking water sources.
Describes the quality of Chandler's drinking water to comply with state and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) regulations; promotes understanding of drinking water and awareness of the need to protect Chandler's drinking water sources.
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