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  • Water Saving Tips
    WaterSmart Xeriscape Classes Xeriscape Rebates WaterSmart Gardening Free Water Audits Water Saving Tips Save Water in the Bathroom Save Water in the Kitchen Laundry Save Water Outdoors Find and Repair Leaks Your Drinking Water 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 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 View Sub Navigation Overview Rebates Evaporative Cooler Thermostat Hot Water Recirculation System Outdoor Rebates Showerheads Toilets and Urinals Washing Machines Water by the Numbers Xeriscaping Overview WaterSmart Xeriscape Classes Xeriscape Rebates WaterSmart Gardening Free Water Audits Water Saving Tips Save Water in the Bathroom

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  • Save Water in the Bathroom
    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 Conservation Rebates View Sub Navigation Overview Rebates Evaporative Cooler Thermostat Hot Water Recirculation System Outdoor Rebates Showerheads Toilets and Urinals Washing Machines Water by the Numbers Xeriscaping Overview WaterSmart Xeriscape Classes Xeriscape Rebates WaterSmart Gardening Free Water Audits Water Saving Tips Save Water in the Bathroom Save Water in the Kitchen Laundry Save Water Outdoors Find and Repair Leaks We encourage our customers to follow these water saving recommendations in the bathroom Install a high efficiency toilet High Efficiency toilets use 1 28 or less gallons of water per flush Using these could cut indoor water use by as much as 20 Older toilets use 3 5 to 7 gallons per flush Rebates are available Check all faucets pipes and toilets periodically for leaks A faucet drip or invisible leak in the toilet will add up to 15 gallons of water a day or 105 gallons a week which adds up

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  • Save Water in the Kitchen & Laundry
    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 Conservation Rebates View Sub Navigation Overview Rebates Evaporative Cooler Thermostat Hot Water Recirculation System Outdoor Rebates Showerheads Toilets and Urinals Washing Machines Water by the Numbers Xeriscaping Overview WaterSmart Xeriscape Classes Xeriscape Rebates WaterSmart Gardening Free Water Audits Water Saving Tips Save Water in the Bathroom Save Water in the Kitchen Laundry Save Water Outdoors Find and Repair Leaks We encourage our customers to follow these water saving recommendations in the kitchen and laundry Rinse efficiently Running faucets waste 3 to 7 gallons of water per minute Before rinsing put the sink stopper in place instead of running the water If you need to use the garbage disposal

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  • Save Water Outdoors
    looking for please contact us Conservation Rebates View Sub Navigation Overview Rebates Evaporative Cooler Thermostat Hot Water Recirculation System Outdoor Rebates Showerheads Toilets and Urinals Washing Machines Water by the Numbers Xeriscaping Overview WaterSmart Xeriscape Classes Xeriscape Rebates WaterSmart Gardening Free Water Audits Water Saving Tips Save Water in the Bathroom Save Water in the Kitchen Laundry Save Water Outdoors Find and Repair Leaks We encourage our customers to follow these outdoor water saving recommendations Plant drought resistant landscapes Click here for information on xeriscaping Put your irrigation system on an automatic timer A lot of water can be wasted in a short period of time if you forget to turn your sprinklers off Rebates for sprinkler timers are available Don t water when it rains An automatic rain sensor can shut down your sprinkler system for you Rebates are available Use a cistern or rain barrel to collect rainwater 1 000 square feet of roof or pavement can collect 420 gallons of water from 1 inch of rain Rooftops or any sloping surface such as a driveway are prime catchment areas for rainwater Store the collected water in a cistern or rain barrel then siphon it off to water your garden or wash your car Rebates for rainwater harvesting are available Spot water Drier areas require more water than areas where water settles If necessary water dry areas by hand Use a soil probe to test soil moisture Water only when a soil probe shows dry soil or a screwdriver is difficult to push into the soil Water the lawn only when needed Step on the grass if it springs back up when you move your foot it does not need water The Water Authority recommends watering just one day per week in March two days per week in April and May three days per week in the summer two days per week in September and October and one day per week in November Click here for more information on the Water by the Numbers program Don t water the pavement Position sprinklers so that water lands on the lawn or garden not in areas where it is not needed Also avoid watering when it is windy Wind causes water to evaporate quickly and blows water onto areas where it is not needed Remember if it doesn t grow don t water it Water without waste Interrupt watering when puddles or runoff occur This allows the water to penetrate into the soil before resuming irrigation Consider drip irrigation systems around trees and shrubs Drip systems permit water to flow slowly to roots encouraging strong root systems These systems will also cut down evaporation Keep lawns free of weeds Weeds are water thieves and will rob your plants of water and nutrients Spot spray or remove weeds as they appear Accept a less than lush lawn Grass will naturally go dormant during periods of drought but will readily regenerate when water becomes available Reduce traffic on stressed turf areas if

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  • Find and Repair Leaks
    the Kitchen Laundry Save Water Outdoors Find and Repair Leaks Your Drinking Water 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 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 View Sub Navigation Overview Rebates Evaporative Cooler Thermostat Hot Water Recirculation System Outdoor Rebates Showerheads Toilets and Urinals Washing Machines Water by the Numbers Xeriscaping Overview WaterSmart Xeriscape Classes Xeriscape Rebates WaterSmart Gardening Free Water Audits Water Saving Tips Save Water in the Bathroom Save Water in the Kitchen Laundry Save Water Outdoors Find and Repair Leaks Undetected leaks can be the biggest culprit when

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  • Your Drinking Water
    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 The Albuquerque area relies on two sources for its drinking water Ground water from the Santa Fe Group Aquifer and San Juan Chama surface water diverted from the Rio Grande via the San Juan Chama Drinking Water Project

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  • Water Quality Report
    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 We know the quality of your drinking water is important to you and we take drinking water regulations very seriously Every year thousands of water samples are collected to monitor the quality of water delivered to your tap We are pleased to provide the Water Quality Report for 2014 to comply with drinking water regulations This web site provides our customers with accurate information about your drinking water from source to tap compliance with the arsenic standards surface water treatment plant monitoring results In 2014 more than 5 900 samples were collected and analyzed for some

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  • Download Report English/Spanish
    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 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

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