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City of Glendale, Arizona - My Water
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My Water - Water Facts Did You Ever Wonder… Where Your Utility Dollar Goes?

The provision of your water and sewer utility service is one of the most important roles the city provides to its customers. There are many new federal, state and county regulations under consideration or in various stages of implementation that can have significant impact on the cost of service. For example, the Stage II Disinfection Byproducts Rule has the potential for changing the way the Utilities Department operates its wells and treatment facilities to ensure compliance. In addition to implementing new technologies and practices to ensure our regulatory compliance, the Utilities Department must contend with ever increasing external costs, such as those for electrical power and chemicals used in treating your water and wastewater and providing safe potable water to your home and business.

To learn more and see a breakdown of the Utilities Department’s overall expenditures FY 2010/11 budget, click here.
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My Water

Do You Know...Where All That Water Went?
Are you staring at your water bill in disbelief wondering “How could I use that much water?” Typically, 50 to 70 percent of a household’s water use is outside in the landscape. Seasonally checking and properly adjusting your irrigation timers can significantly reduce your overall water use. To learn how to water your lawn and plants, plus other water conservation tips,
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My Water How to Read Your Water Meter
Are you interested in knowing how much water you use for various purposes around your house and yard or how much water you use in a day? Would you like to see if you have a leak in your piping? Reading your water meter is easy and can help you determine these things! Click here for some useful tips and directions to help you find and read your water meter.
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My Water City of Glendale Department of Water Reclamation - Lean and Green
Did you know that your Glendale City Utilities Department of Water Reclamation is making great strides to be leaner and greener by reducing its energy consumption and carbon footprint? Click here to learn more about the city's water reclamation facilities and the steps we are taking to be a good neighbor!
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My Water Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) System
Did you know that the City of Glendale Utilities Department has a state-of-the art Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system that is used to monitor and control our water and wastewater facilities and systems? This system reduces labor costs and allows our certified operators to stay abreast of what is going on in our systems and at our facilities in real time, 24 hours per day, 365 days per year! Click here for more information about SCADA.
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My Water City of Glendale Water Quality Laboratory
Did you know that the City of Glendale’s Water Quality Laboratory is certified by the Arizona Department of Health Services to perform chemical, physical and microbiological tests for approximately 70 substances in water?
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for information about our laboratory and our in-house testing.
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