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  • San Juan Chama Project
    Chart Governing Board Finances Legislation Ordinances Customer Conversations Technical Customer Advisory Committee TCAC Membership Application Water Protection Advisory Board Location Contacts Home Students Teachers Businesses Sewer System View Your Account Search Our Site Type a word or phrase in the search field below If you are unable to find the information you are looking for please contact us Your Drinking Water View Sub Navigation Overview Water Quality Report Overview Download Report English Spanish Water Quality by Distribution Zone SWTP Source Finished Water Monitoring Substances Not Found Distribution System Compliance Monitoring Lead Copper Arsenic Compliance Health Effects Water Quality Variation Arsenic Variation Chlorine Residual Variation Fluoride Variation Hardness Variation pH Variation Sodium Variation Resources Information Resources Recursos de Información Definitions Terms Definiciones Y Términos FAQ FAQ Spanish What USEPA Says About Drinking Water Contaminants Resource Management Our Water Resources Drought Management Strategy Water Resources Management Strategy San Juan Chama Project Overview Diversion and Recharge Data Environmental Impact Living River Fund Cross Connections Fluoride Information The San Juan Chama Drinking Water Project was completed in 2008 ending Albuquerque s sole reliance on an overtaxed aquifer by tapping into surface water transported from the Colorado River basin The water rights to which have been purchased in perpetuity is part of New Mexico s allotment of Colorado River water which has been apportioned among Western states It is not native Rio Grande water Officials first proposed use of the water for drinking after scientific studies in the early 1990s showed that Albuquerque s aquifer once thought to be virtually limitless was smaller than originally believed and being pumped twice as fast as nature could replenish it But switching to surface water would be no easy task It took 400 million in new infrastructure to divert the water from the Rio Grande treat the water

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  • Diversion and Recharge Data
    Source Finished Water Monitoring Substances Not Found Distribution System Compliance Monitoring Lead Copper Arsenic Compliance Health Effects Water Quality Variation Arsenic Variation Chlorine Residual Variation Fluoride Variation Hardness Variation pH Variation Sodium Variation Resources Information Resources Recursos de Información Definitions Terms Definiciones Y Términos FAQ FAQ Spanish What USEPA Says About Drinking Water Contaminants Resource Management Our Water Resources Drought Management Strategy Water Resources Management Strategy San Juan Chama Project Overview Diversion and Recharge Data Environmental Impact Living River Fund Cross Connections Fluoride Information Meetings Agendas Overview Water Waste Overview Enforcement Report Water Waste Variances Exemptions Overview Time of Day Exemption Application Form Water Waste Variance Application Form Video Requests Water Waste Violation Videos Equipment Malfunction Latest News Work for Us Why Work for Us Current Openings Overview Positions Requiring Workkeys What is Workkeys Status of Advertised Positions Salary and Benefits Video Job Descriptions Your Water Authority Overview Org Chart Governing Board Finances Legislation Ordinances Customer Conversations Technical Customer Advisory Committee TCAC Membership Application Water Protection Advisory Board Location Contacts Home Students Teachers Businesses Sewer System View Your Account Search Our Site Type a word or phrase in the search field below If you are unable to find the information you are looking for please contact us Your Drinking Water View Sub Navigation Overview Water Quality Report Overview Download Report English Spanish Water Quality by Distribution Zone SWTP Source Finished Water Monitoring Substances Not Found Distribution System Compliance Monitoring Lead Copper Arsenic Compliance Health Effects Water Quality Variation Arsenic Variation Chlorine Residual Variation Fluoride Variation Hardness Variation pH Variation Sodium Variation Resources Information Resources Recursos de Información Definitions Terms Definiciones Y Términos FAQ FAQ Spanish What USEPA Says About Drinking Water Contaminants Resource Management Our Water Resources Drought Management Strategy Water Resources Management Strategy San Juan Chama Project Overview Diversion

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  • Environmental Impact
    please contact us Your Drinking Water View Sub Navigation Overview Water Quality Report Overview Download Report English Spanish Water Quality by Distribution Zone SWTP Source Finished Water Monitoring Substances Not Found Distribution System Compliance Monitoring Lead Copper Arsenic Compliance Health Effects Water Quality Variation Arsenic Variation Chlorine Residual Variation Fluoride Variation Hardness Variation pH Variation Sodium Variation Resources Information Resources Recursos de Información Definitions Terms Definiciones Y Términos FAQ FAQ Spanish What USEPA Says About Drinking Water Contaminants Resource Management Our Water Resources Drought Management Strategy Water Resources Management Strategy San Juan Chama Project Overview Diversion and Recharge Data Environmental Impact Living River Fund Cross Connections Fluoride Information Throughout every planning phase for the San Juan Chama Drinking Water Project the Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Utility Authority has practiced extraordinary environmental stewardship as well as meeting all regulatory requirements We have Preserved the Silvery Minnow Donated tens of thousands of acre feet of San Juan Chama water to keep the river wet for the minnow Provided funding and physical facilities at the Albuquerque BioPark for captive breeding of the minnow Financed studies to determine why minnow population has declined and what it needs to survive Habitat Restoration Worked to remove non native tree species including Salt Cedar Russian Olive Participated in overbank protection measures Provided equipment for removal of non native plant and tree species Completing compliance and design steps for approximately 160 acres of habitat restoration near Paseo del Norte including aquatic and riparian habitats Have restored and now monitoring areas impacted by construction for the project at Campbell Road pipeline crossing and the diversion dam approximately 20 acres ABCWUA selected to receive a federal grant for habitat restoration approximately 10 acres near La Orilla for the SWWF Environmental Monitoring Now monitoring and reporting the results of Rio Grande silvery minnow egg monitoring during May of each year Monitoring adult fish in and near the fish passage Supporting a study to evaluate fish movements within the fish passage using electronic tag monitoring Operations Reporting annual operations of the diversion to the US Fish and Wildlife Service US Bureau of Reclamation and New Mexico Interstate Stream Commission Developed processes for and implemented as necessary curtailment of diversion dam operations as environmental conditions indicate Assigned staff serving on awareness and technical workgroup to address potential zebra and other mussel potential introduction s in the Rio Grande Middle Rio Grande Endangered Species Collaborative Program Assignment and participation of staff to support technical workgroups including habitat restoration general science of the endangered species water management model development and other areas of this program Assignment and participation of staff to the program for executive committees Hydrology Studies Provided and continue to provide major funding for U S Geological Survey groundwater studies Provided major funding for the Bureau of Reclamation study of the river and groundwater interaction Conservation Achieved 30 percent reduction in overall water use Increased conservation goal to 40 percent Actively participating in Conservation Alliance Aggressively enforcing water waste prohibition Protecting Water Quality

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  • Living River Fund
    FAQ Spanish What USEPA Says About Drinking Water Contaminants Resource Management Our Water Resources Drought Management Strategy Water Resources Management Strategy San Juan Chama Project Overview Diversion and Recharge Data Environmental Impact Living River Fund Cross Connections Fluoride Information Meetings Agendas Overview Water Waste Overview Enforcement Report Water Waste Variances Exemptions Overview Time of Day Exemption Application Form Water Waste Variance Application Form Video Requests Water Waste Violation Videos Equipment Malfunction Latest News Work for Us Why Work for Us Current Openings Overview Positions Requiring Workkeys What is Workkeys Status of Advertised Positions Salary and Benefits Video Job Descriptions Your Water Authority Overview Org Chart Governing Board Finances Legislation Ordinances Customer Conversations Technical Customer Advisory Committee TCAC Membership Application Water Protection Advisory Board Location Contacts Home Students Teachers Businesses Sewer System View Your Account Search Our Site Type a word or phrase in the search field below If you are unable to find the information you are looking for please contact us Your Drinking Water View Sub Navigation Overview Water Quality Report Overview Download Report English Spanish Water Quality by Distribution Zone SWTP Source Finished Water Monitoring Substances Not Found Distribution System Compliance Monitoring Lead Copper Arsenic Compliance Health Effects Water Quality Variation Arsenic Variation Chlorine Residual Variation Fluoride Variation Hardness Variation pH Variation Sodium Variation Resources Information Resources Recursos de Información Definitions Terms Definiciones Y Términos FAQ FAQ Spanish What USEPA Says About Drinking Water Contaminants Resource Management Our Water Resources Drought Management Strategy Water Resources Management Strategy San Juan Chama Project Overview Diversion and Recharge Data Environmental Impact Living River Fund Cross Connections Fluoride Information Relying as it does on surface water from the San Juan Chama Drinking Water Project the Water Authority takes seriously its commitment to preserving the Rio Grande s riparian ecosystem Thus in conjunction

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  • Cross Connections
    Diversion and Recharge Data Environmental Impact Living River Fund Cross Connections Fluoride Information Meetings Agendas Overview Water Waste Overview Enforcement Report Water Waste Variances Exemptions Overview Time of Day Exemption Application Form Water Waste Variance Application Form Video Requests Water Waste Violation Videos Equipment Malfunction Latest News Work for Us Why Work for Us Current Openings Overview Positions Requiring Workkeys What is Workkeys Status of Advertised Positions Salary and Benefits Video Job Descriptions Your Water Authority Overview Org Chart Governing Board Finances Legislation Ordinances Customer Conversations Technical Customer Advisory Committee TCAC Membership Application Water Protection Advisory Board Location Contacts Home Students Teachers Businesses Sewer System View Your Account Search Our Site Type a word or phrase in the search field below If you are unable to find the information you are looking for please contact us Your Drinking Water View Sub Navigation Overview Water Quality Report Overview Download Report English Spanish Water Quality by Distribution Zone SWTP Source Finished Water Monitoring Substances Not Found Distribution System Compliance Monitoring Lead Copper Arsenic Compliance Health Effects Water Quality Variation Arsenic Variation Chlorine Residual Variation Fluoride Variation Hardness Variation pH Variation Sodium Variation Resources Information Resources Recursos de Información Definitions Terms Definiciones Y Términos FAQ FAQ Spanish What USEPA Says About Drinking Water Contaminants Resource Management Our Water Resources Drought Management Strategy Water Resources Management Strategy San Juan Chama Project Overview Diversion and Recharge Data Environmental Impact Living River Fund Cross Connections Fluoride Information To protect the public water system any water customer that uses hazardous materials is required to install backflow prevention devices at the service connection In addition all non residential irrigation systems must have a pressure vacuum breaker spill resistant pressure vacuum breaker or a reduced pressure principle backflow prevention assembly at the service connection on the public water system

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  • Fluoride Information
    Requests Water Waste Violation Videos Equipment Malfunction Latest News Work for Us Why Work for Us Current Openings Overview Positions Requiring Workkeys What is Workkeys Status of Advertised Positions Salary and Benefits Video Job Descriptions Your Water Authority Overview Org Chart Governing Board Finances Legislation Ordinances Customer Conversations Technical Customer Advisory Committee TCAC Membership Application Water Protection Advisory Board Location Contacts Home Students Teachers Businesses Sewer System View Your Account Search Our Site Type a word or phrase in the search field below If you are unable to find the information you are looking for please contact us View Sub Navigation Overview Water Quality Report Overview Download Report English Spanish Water Quality by Distribution Zone SWTP Source Finished Water Monitoring Substances Not Found Distribution System Compliance Monitoring Lead Copper Arsenic Compliance Health Effects Water Quality Variation Arsenic Variation Chlorine Residual Variation Fluoride Variation Hardness Variation pH Variation Sodium Variation Resources Information Resources Recursos de Información Definitions Terms Definiciones Y Términos FAQ FAQ Spanish What USEPA Says About Drinking Water Contaminants Resource Management Our Water Resources Drought Management Strategy Water Resources Management Strategy San Juan Chama Project Overview Diversion and Recharge Data Environmental Impact Living River Fund Cross Connections Fluoride Information The Water Authority s governing board voted on April 23 not to add supplemental fluoride to the municipal water supply Its members promised in the same resolution to revisit the issue when finalized recommendations on an optimal fluoride level are released by the U S Department of Health and Human Services Centers for Disease Control The resolution also requires the Water Authority to enter discussions with other entities such as the Albuquerque Public Schools and the New Mexico Department of Health to collaborate on public awareness activities regarding dental health The resolution was passed by the board in place of

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  • Public Meetings
    Spanish Water Quality by Distribution Zone SWTP Source Finished Water Monitoring Substances Not Found Distribution System Compliance Monitoring Lead Copper Arsenic Compliance Health Effects Water Quality Variation Arsenic Variation Chlorine Residual Variation Fluoride Variation Hardness Variation pH Variation Sodium Variation Resources Information Resources Recursos de Información Definitions Terms Definiciones Y Términos FAQ FAQ Spanish What USEPA Says About Drinking Water Contaminants Resource Management Our Water Resources Drought Management Strategy Water Resources Management Strategy San Juan Chama Project Overview Diversion and Recharge Data Environmental Impact Living River Fund Cross Connections Fluoride Information Meetings Agendas Overview Water Waste Overview Enforcement Report Water Waste Variances Exemptions Overview Time of Day Exemption Application Form Water Waste Variance Application Form Video Requests Water Waste Violation Videos Equipment Malfunction Latest News Work for Us Why Work for Us Current Openings Overview Positions Requiring Workkeys What is Workkeys Status of Advertised Positions Salary and Benefits Video Job Descriptions Your Water Authority Overview Org Chart Governing Board Finances Legislation Ordinances Customer Conversations Technical Customer Advisory Committee TCAC Membership Application Water Protection Advisory Board Location Contacts Home Students Teachers Businesses Sewer System View Your Account Search Our Site Type a word or phrase in the search field below If you are unable to find the information you are looking for please contact us Meetings and Agendas View Sub Navigation Overview Governing Board For current meeting schedules agendas and minutes please visit our Information Portal Learn more about the Governing Board Members Governing Board Meetings Agendas 2016 Meetings Agendas 2015 Meetings Agendas 2014 Meetings Agendas 2013 Meetings Agendas 2012 Meetings Agendas 2011 Meetings and Agendas 2010 Meetings and Agendas Technical Customer Advisory Committee The TCAC which consists of nine customer members meets on the first Thursday of each month at 4 00 p m in the Albuquerque Bernalillo County Government

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  • Overview and Enforcement
    Fluoride Information Meetings Agendas Overview Water Waste Overview Enforcement Report Water Waste Variances Exemptions Overview Time of Day Exemption Application Form Water Waste Variance Application Form Video Requests Water Waste Violation Videos Equipment Malfunction Latest News Work for Us Why Work for Us Current Openings Overview Positions Requiring Workkeys What is Workkeys Status of Advertised Positions Salary and Benefits Video Job Descriptions Your Water Authority Overview Org Chart Governing Board Finances Legislation Ordinances Customer Conversations Technical Customer Advisory Committee TCAC Membership Application Water Protection Advisory Board Location Contacts Home Students Teachers Businesses Sewer System View Your Account Search Our Site Type a word or phrase in the search field below If you are unable to find the information you are looking for please contact us Water Waste View Sub Navigation Overview Enforcement Report Water Waste Variances Exemptions Overview Time of Day Exemption Application Form Water Waste Variance Application Form Video Requests Water Waste Violation Videos Equipment Malfunction What is water waste Water waste is any water other than natural precipitation that flows or sprays from a property to the public right of way or adjacent property Landscape irrigation is the most common cause of water waste but it can also result from air conditioning systems leaks car washing draining pools and other uses of water It is also considered water waste to use spray irrigation between 11 a m and 7 p m from April 1 Oct 31 Water waste results in the loss of a valuable natural resource and is detrimental to conservation It is prohibited for all Water Authority customers and for anyone within the service area even if they are not using water provided by the utility Click here to report water waste or call 842 WATR 9287 Equipment malfunctions Water waste violations include waste caused by

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