Tucson Recharge with Existing Potable Water System
In 1987, a study was undertaken to evaluate the potential for using the City of Tucson's existing potable water distribution system and production wells for recharge of treated...

Reclaimed Water System with Artificial Recharge
Arizona cities must reduce water consumption as a result of the 1980 Arizona Ground Water Management Act. Use of reclaimed water in place of potable water for landscape irrigation and...

Rouse Begins Phoenix Superblock

Planning Ground Water Recharge in Scottsdale, Arizona
Mined ground water has historically supplied the municipal water needs of the City of Scottsdale. State enactment of stringent ground water legislation has mandated an eventual termination...

Comparison of Peak Discharges of Hydrologic Models
The objective of this paper is to evaluate the predictive capabilities of hydrologic models in estimating the magnitudes and frequencies of flood peaks by comparing them with the values...

Augmenting Water Supply in the Phoenix Area Through Recharge of Surplus Central Arizona Project Water Into the Agua Fria Riverbed
This paper describes the efforts of several months activities in the initial stages of developing a 30,000 feet Demonstration Recharge Facility for surplus Colorado River water on the...

Granite Reef Underground Storage and Recovery Project
The Granite Reef Underground Storage and Recovery Project facility is an integral part of the largest water management system under development for the Phoenix metropolitan area. The project...

Wastewater Recharge: Water Quality and Operations
The Green Valley Wastewater Treatment Facility began operations in its current configuration in 1981. It treats approximately 1 million gallons per day of municipal wastewater, with disposal...

Analysis of Hydraulic Impacts at the Tucson Reclaimed Water Recharge Project
The Tucson Reclaimed Water Recharge site has been implemented with increasingly sophisticated calculation methods as data collection efforts advanced. Initial project scoping utilized...

Artificial Recharge: Key to Scottsdale's Future
The City of Scottsdale, Arizona has begun planning its strategy for meeting its future needs by recognizing artificial recharge, subsurface storage, and recovery as an integral component...

Computer Based Master Plans Manage Water Resources
Scottsdale is pursuing water and wastewater master planning with the goal of implementing a proactive water resources management policy. To prepare dynamic master plans with the above...

Generator/Motors and Adjustable-Speed Drives for Waddell Pumped-Storage Plant
This paper describes the pumping and generating units and associated electrical equipment planned for Waddell Pumped-Storage Plant. Waddell Pumped-Storage Plant is to be located near Phoenix,...

Crunch Time for Airport Engineering
Airlines are attracting more passengers, but few new airports are being built. Existing airports are facing problems caused by this added load. One growing burden is aircraft noise at...

The Reclaimed Water Delivery System and Reuse Program for Tucson, Arizona
The City of Tucson has implemented a reclaimed water reuse program in a community-wide effort to preserve high quality groundwater for potable and other priority uses. Presently, the system...

Evaluation of the Utilization of Information Systems in the Arizona D.O.T.
The design of effective information systems requires a rational analysis effort to determine specifically what functions are to be served by the system and how the system can satisfactorily...

Reclaiming Wastewater in Phoenix, Arizona
This paper examines the role of wastewater effluent reuse in the future water resource management of the City of Phoenix. The paper seeks to explain why a proposal to renovate effluent...

Dispersive Soil and its Influence on the Design of Reach 1A of the Tucson Aqueduct—Central Arizona Project
An extensive geotechnical field exploration and laboratory testing program was conducted because of dispersive and erosive soils along the alignment of the canal. The canal design was...

Phoenix Proposes Three-Way Water Swap

The Urbanization of the Salt River Project
The Salt River Project (SRP) is one of the nation's oldest and most successful agricultural reclamation projects. Formed in 1902, its initial function was to manage the surface...

Water Reclamation and Reuse—Northwest Water Reclamation Plant, Mesa, Arizona

 

 

 

 

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