TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) – The City of Tucson and the City of Marana have reached a joint water agreement that will allow for increased use of renewable water from the Colorado River while reducing the water table in the Tucson basins. The agreement allows the City of Marana to use Tucson Water`s facilities to recharge and store water in its aquifer. Tucson Water pumps water from its storage generator and supplies it via a connected water system. The advantage of these agreements is that they reduce the amount of non-renewable use of groundwater and promote the use of renewable water sources, leading to the conservation of groundwater. "This agreement seems to benefit the municipality because the groundwater pump is reduced. But it also reinforces the fact that local water suppliers can work together to solve regional problems," said John Kmiec, deputy director of Tucson Water. As part of the agreement, Tucson will design and build the connection points to Marana`s hydraulic system. "As a desert city, we value and work hard to protect our water resources," said Mayor Regina Romero. "Wheeling agreements like this allow for a coordinated regional effort to reduce groundwater extraction and increase renewable water from the Colorado River. Cooperation with neighbouring cities for water conservation is an asset not only for the environment, but also for the people of our region. Tucson has other agreements with Oro Valley, Pascua Yaqui and Vail Water Company. `); PrintWindow.document.close PrintWindow.document.getElementById (`main-content`).innerHTML – OriginalContent; We tried to ensure the accuracy of the data.
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