Annual SRP Water Conservation Expo
The 13th annual Water Conservation Expo was held on March 7. Over 1,600 attendees had the opportunity to take classes, learn from dozens of exhibitors and save on water-smart products for their home.
Thanks to everyone who came out and made the 2020 Water Expo a success. We look forward to seeing you next year!
At SRP, we're always looking for ways to save water. And there's a lot you can do too. See how we're making a difference together.
The SRP Water Conservation Expo is a great place to get water-saving tips and learn about free programs from Valley organizations, including your city.
At the Expo, customers meet with community leaders like Trees Matter, SRP's partner in our shade tree program.
Hector Buenrostro, one of SRP's hydrologists, explains how measuring snow and rain runoff helps SRP predict reservoir levels. This is one of the tools SRP uses to manage water delivery to customers.
Expo attendees attend a class to learn how to use the smart irrigation controllers.
With fun activities for all ages, everyone learned something new.
Andrew Volkmer, one of SRP's hydrologists, demonstrates how to measure snow pack. These measurements are used to help SRP manage the Valley's water supply.
SRP geohydrologist Shane DePinto discusses how we use wells and recharge facilities to sustainably manage water resources the Valley.
About the Expo
The SRP Water Expo brings together members of our community to celebrate water in the valley and discover new ways to conserve at home. Check back this fall for details about next year's event.