When it comes to drinking water, we are here to help ensure the proper precautions and safeguards are followed long before the water reaches the faucets of our customers.
Todd Creek Village community’s water supply is a combination of surface water (rivers and streams), alluvial (shallow) wells, and deep groundwater from the Denver Basin aquifers.
Reverse-Osmosis Water Treatment
All sources of water for drinking water flow through a reverse-osmosis water treatment plant before delivery to our customers. Reverse-osmosis (RO) is one of the most technologically advanced water treatment processes. Through the use of pressure and membranes, it can remove bacteria, pharmaceuticals, and other undesirable particles from drinking water.
Dual Pipe Water Distribution
As the name implies, dual distribution systems involve the use of water supplies from two different sources to two separate distribution networks. The two systems (potable and non-potable) work independently of each other within the same service area.
Here the dual-pipe distribution system is used to supply drinking water (potable) water through one distribution (water piping) network and irrigation (non-potable) water through the other. The dual pipe system is used to augment public water supplies by providing raw water for purposes that don’t require treatment, such as irrigation and fire fighting.