AGR Peoria, AZ
Reclaimed water, sometimes called recycled water, is treated wastewater from a water reclamation facility (WRF) that meets the water quality standards suitable for beneficial purposes. Monitoring and testing are routinely performed to ensure the quality of reclaimed water is compliant with all water quality and safety regulations. The first direct water reuse system in Peoria was in northern Peoria’s Vistancia development. There, reclaimed water is distributed to golf courses, common areas, roadside landscaping, and park areas through the purple pipe system. Water reuse is the key to a sustainable future, and today’s technology makes it cleaner and safer.
- The city council will consider a total rate increase of 2.27 percent for 2019-20 — an increase of $1.84 per month for the average customer.
- The city council will consider a total rate increase of 2.73 percent in 2020-21 — an increase of $2.26 per month for the average customer.
- The average customer is a user with a ¾ inch meter and 10,000 gallons of water usage per month.
- The city is projecting more than $200 million in water and sewer infrastructure costs over the next five years.
Artificial Grass Recyclers has a variety of options to choose from when it comes to switching over to artificial turf, rather than using real grass in your yard. Artificial grass has become a more environment-conscious option for homeowners who are looking to upgrade their yard. Artificial Grass Recyclers will give you the look and feel of real grass that you desire, while also saving you money on water consumption that real grass would otherwise cost.