tons of CO2 saved over 25-years
re-plantings of native vegitation
dollars for habitat restoration
dollars in capital contributions
Save water by selecting WaterSense labeled products, and conserving water at your home, office and in your yard. Go online to calculate your savings, or test your knowledge. Kids can also learn water-saving habits with fun activities with Flo!
Seasonal water restrictions went into effect in May. City water managers want to remind Santa Feans that they cannot water between 10am and 6pm, and no more than three times a week.
Water customers decreased average daily water use from 101 gallons per person per day (GPCD) in 2013 to 95 GPCD in 2014. Reducing GPCD is one measure of success for any water conservation program.
Current standards involve testing drinking water quality for more than 95 contaminants, including:
7 radiochemical contaminants (radionuclides)
8 disinfection by-products & residuals
The Buckman Direct Diversion Project has received a number of awards and certifications,
defining the facility as a national leader in water treatment quality.
Our water quality is double checked and supervised by our oversight
organizations to assure your water is safe and clean.
Community partners have worked together to make the Buckman Direct
Diversion Project a source of clean water throughout Santa Fe County.