Most of us know it's important to only run the dishwasher with a full load, to establish a compost pile and, for those who are truly dedicated water conservationists,to capitalize on the unrealized potential of recycled grey water.
All of these... (Read More)
A recent bout of sewer-system contamination in Orem really brings home the need to educate our young people about making the right choices. The city has spent $4,000 in man-hours per week to clean up the mess.
Many of us in the water industry are... (Read More)
It’s easy to think today’s surge to preserve Utah’s water resources is a fairly recent development. Consider the work of special and local districts such as the Granger-Hunter Improvement District; water conservation programs such as Slow the... (Read More)
Now that a new year underway, we’re all taking a collective sigh. With a little luck, we will move forward with a spring in our step.
But more likely, cabin fever will soon set in as winter takes its chilly toll. That’s why we’d like to... (Read More)
Here at Granger-Hunter Improvement District, we’re excited to enter the new year with resolve by joining with six other entities in a wastewater-plant project that will better serve our customers for years to come.
As always, we hope better... (Read More)
Every day, the Central Valley Water Reclamation Facility, a service we share with six other entities, treats 55 million gallons of wastewater a day, 25 percent coming from the Granger-Hunter Water Improvement District.
It’s an operation that... (Read More)
Summer is over. If you’re a conscientious water conservationist, you’ve already shut down the biggest draw on your household water use: the yard. More than half of the water you’ll use in a year goes toward watering lawns and gardens, the... (Read More)
Don’t crinkle your nose! Instead, look at that rotting pumpkin as a new beginning, the cornerstone of your compost pile. Does your garden have a few post-harvest leftovers: some rotten tomatoes or frost-ridden zucchini? Toss it on the heap!
A... (Read More)
A new season is upon us, and with it come new routines for water conservation.
Although some breathe a sigh of relief because outdoor water use takes a nosedive while rain and snow replenish our supply, we must be vigilant to protect against... (Read More)