Latest Issue of ‘Municipal Sewer & Water
Highlights District’s Forward-Thinking Approach to Conservation

February 7, 2019 – Rowland Water District is the subject of a feature article in the January 2019 issue of Municipal Sewer & Water Magazine. The article is entitled “Quenching a District’s Thirst,” and focuses on how Rowland Water has been successful in making the most of limited water resources, all while building resiliency for the future.

“We are very proud to have been on the radar of such an esteemed industry publication, and we are pleased that they saw fit to highlight our conservation efforts and our work in finding new and innovative ways to use water in our drought-plagued state,” shares Rowland Water General Manager Tom Coleman. “We continue to provide our customers with unique opportunities to self-educate, and are bringing awareness to the fact that water should never be taken for granted.”

The article highlights the educational initiatives that the District has implemented, including such things as poster contests, desert landscaping classes, and customer appreciation weeks. Also featured is the District’s referral-based internship program, in which interns are paid $15 an hour to work full time for six months. Technology such as advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) is highlighted, and this type of water meter is currently being planned for throughout the District system.

Municipal Sewer & Water Magazine is a publication geared toward industry professionals involved in the nation’s vital sewer, water, and storm water infrastructure. The magazine provides information related to cleaning, testing, inspection, surveying, mapping, rehabilitation equipment, and more.

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