By Ted Cooke, Central Arizona Project General Manager
For as long as anyone can remember Arizona’s water issues have been tackled in a non-political manner, with sober-minded participants debating genuine policy disagreements until a consensus was reached to the benefit of Arizona.
Since September 2015, the United States, the seven Colorado River Basin states, and key water users including CAWCD, have been working with their counterparts in Mexico to develop a successor agreement to Minute 319, now known as Minute 323.
By Christopher Brooks, CAP Senior Water Resources Analyst
Liberty Utilities and Central Arizona Project were presented with the award for Project of the Year at the WateReuse Association Annual Symposium in Phoenix on Sept. 12, 2017.
What do you do if you have pesky ponds sitting around with precious Colorado River water evaporating into the atmosphere? If you’re Bullhead City, you capture that water, treat it and recharge it back into the Colorado River system.
By Scott Bryan, CAP Senior Biologist
Numerous studies have generally described the water quality in the Lower Colorado River as “good,” and Central Arizona Project (CAP) takes pride in preserving and protecting that status for our customers.