The new year brings new approaches to the Brownsville Public Utilities Board’s (BPUB) commitment to electrical reliability. An electric reliability improvement project was launched in January that features the AR360 Auto Ranger Fault Indicator, a device that senses high currents on high voltage aerial circuits. To test its capabilities, the BPUB operations departments strategically installed…
The Brownsville Public Utilities Board boasts a wide variety of different types of jobs, enough to suit almost anyone. In this week’s BPUB Update, we learn more about some of the career opportunities that BPUB offers.
The Brownsville Public Utilities Board (BPUB) announces there will be two water service interruptions this week, one on Aug. 12 and the other on Aug. 13, as crews replace fire hydrants. Each service interruption will affect approximately 100 customers each.
For those people who come to the BPUB Administration Building, your wait just got a little bit easier. BPUB-TV has launched in the lobby for those people waiting to see a customer service representative or other employee. Shown on two televisions, BPUB-TV features many different types of videos and messages. Just watch for a few…
You never know when an emergency might happen, and because of that, BPUB plans well in advance to be ready for just that kind of event.
The Brownsville Public Utilities Board (BPUB) released its annual Drinking Water Quality Report, also known as the Consumer Confidence Report. It can be found online at the BPUB website, and it was also sent out to all customers as the June bill insert. People interested in reading more about BPUB’s water quality can also pick up a copy at the BPUB Administration Building
The Brownsville Public Utilities Board (BPUB) will hold an open meeting at the Board Room at the BPUB Administration Building on Wednesday, July 15 from 5:30-6:30 p.m. to explain the Drinking Water Quality Report and discuss the city’s drinking water.
Thanks to an EPA grant, the Brownsville Public Utilities Board was able to add a water quality specialist to its Resaca Restoration Project team. Hear more about the job in this week’s BPUB Update.
Under limited supervision, leads and manages professional staff supporting BPUB’s Business Development, Key Accounts Marketing and Energy Efficiency and Conservation Programs. Program objectives include retention of existing Key Accounts, additional product and service sales, improved service ratings, recruitment of new large commercial, residential, and industrial developments, and promotion of energy conservation services.