Month: March 2015
The Brownsville Public Utilities Board took some time off from talking about electrical and water conservation to discuss ways to conserve your health. Learn about the annual BPUB Connects to Wellness event in this week’s BPUB Update.
Some important renovations will soon be coming to the South Wastewater Treatment Plant. The facility will soon be undergoing an installation of an odor control system. This action is moving forward on the heels of a similar endeavor that was performed at the Robindale Wastewater Treatment Plant. These improvements are a good example of BPUB…
The Brownsville Public Utilities Board is always a very active participant in the annual Charro Days festivities, but this year was a particularly busy one.
The festivities at BPUB started Feb. 24 with the arrival of students from Russell Elementary. They performed the “Baile de Viejitos” in the lobby of the Administration Building. Employees crowded around to watch the dance as did customers lucky enough to be ther
The average American household wastes more than 10,000 gallons each year from easy-to-fix water leaks. That’s the amount of water needed to wash 270 loads of laundry. If that doesn’t seem like a lot, consider that across the country, easy-to-fix household leaks can add up to more than 1 trillion gallons of water lost every year.
The Brownsville Public Utilities Board is always looking for ways to give back to the community, and one of the ways it does so is through participation in a United Way program that offers free income tax assistance. Learn more about it in this week’s BPUB Update.
To meet growing demands, BPUB expanded the Robindale Wastewater Treatment Plant, but it did a lot more than that. It also conquered the intermittent odor control issues there. Learn more about the improvements in this week’s BPUB Update. Don’t forget to like us at www.facebook.com/BrownsvillePUB or www.facebook.com/ILoveResacas for all the latest updates.