News Briefs


  Science Fair Blast OFF

We had a great time at our Science Fair Blast Off. Check out the gallery of photos of the event. If you missed this event and would like to attend future events, sign up for email notifications at


 Educators receive Professional Development Credits

Educators had lots of fun at TecH2O during the Project Learning Tree Workshop facilitated by John Boyette of Texas A&M Forest Service. Project Learning Tree is an award-winning environmental education program for teachers and community leaders working with children and youth.

 ICI Library

 El Paso Library Certified Water Partner

A fifth El Paso library has shown best practices in water efficiency! The Richard Burgess Library at 9600 Dyer St. is one of them. Stop by and say thanks to them! EPWater is providing the city with grant money to help improve water efficiency at other libraries where it’s needed - saving water and money for the city. To learn more about the Certified Water Partner Program click below:



Certified Water Partners

El Paso Water started visiting their Certified Water Partner Restaurants to deliver children activity sheets, water conservation signs for the bathrooms and the official window seal that shows their certification. With - The Lunch Box, La Tapatia Inc, The Shack Wings & Brews - Zaragoza and Texan by Nature. To find out how your restaurant can become a Certified Water Partner Restaurant, click here. 



 Water Quality Month

We’re serious about water. As part of Water Quality Month in August, we want you to know about the thousands of samples and water tests the El Paso Water does every day to ensure your water is safe to drink. Watch this video to learn more and #TrustYourTap click here.  

 Water Partners


We Drink it too!

Our employees are serious about water.  After all, we are customers too. We invite you to raise a glass with Anai Padilla, Water Conservation/TecH2O Manager, and Dawn Walker-Hughes, Water Conservation Technician. #TrustYourTap. #WeDrinkItToo. To learn more about the quality of our tap water here in El Paso, read here.


2019 Water Festival breaks attendance record

This year’s Water Festival at the TecH2O Learning Center focused on how water influences our lives and culture. With a display of short videos, musical and dance groups, art exhibits and numerous hands-on activities, the event attracted 600 people.



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