Idea House No. 4 is underway, and we’re on the scene. We are putting into action the very concepts of water conservation that we ask of our customers in the Granger-Hunter Improvement District.
For those unfamiliar with the Idea House, it is a... (Read More)
Spring is here. (We never get tired of saying that!) With the season comes an abundance of wildflowers in full bloom that spread a beautiful array of hues across Utah’s landscape.
Look for the state flower, the Sego Lily, and much more as you... (Read More)
Utah’s population is expected to double by 2060, according to Prepare60. That means we’ve got some serious work to do if we’re going to develop sustainable sources of water to handle the overload.
As good stewards of this valuable resource... (Read More)
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)