Denver Water Department

Denver Water Department

Founded:
1918

Denver Water Department

Founded:
1918
  • Oct 27 at 4:18 PM
    #flashbackfriday from the 1930s to 2017! The South Boulder Creek Diversion Dam is getting a $1.9 million makeover to continue its work bringing water to the Front Range. Click the link in our bio for more information. #southbouldercreek #timehop
  • Oct 19 at 2:45 PM
    #TBT to last week and the 2017 #solardecathlon in Denver. Congrats to the Swiss team, who won first place overall, as well as in the inaugural water contest. Their aquaponic garden involves raising fish and growing vegetables in one integrated system. They also featured a waterless, vermicomposting toilet. What does that mean? Basically, worms consume human bio-waste and generate compost to be used in the garden. Whos ready for a future of worm toilets?!
  • Oct 5 at 2:12 PM
    This is Emma. She works at Australias Water Corporation as a leak detection (sniffing) specialist. Shes one of two leak-sniffing spaniels employed by Water Corporation in a special trial. At Denver Water, we also have an esteemed team of leak detectors (people, not pups) who use state-of-the-art technology to listen (not sniff) for leaks underground. Head to the link in our bio to learn more. Photo of Emma courtesy of Water Corporation of Western Australia.
  • Sep 26 at 3:04 PM
    The recent #Tenderfoot2 wildfire in Dillon hit very close to home. Head to the link in our bio to learn how fighting fires aggressively and quickly is the best way to protect water quality. Thanks to Lake Dillon Fire-Rescue for this stunning image.

Oct 27, 4:18 PM

#flashbackfriday from the 1930s to 2017! The South Boulder Creek Diversion Dam is getting a $1.9 million makeover to continue its work bringing water to the Front Range. Click the link in our bio for more information. #southbouldercreek #timehop

Oct 19, 2:45 PM

#TBT to last week and the 2017 #solardecathlon in Denver. Congrats to the Swiss team, who won first place overall, as well as in the inaugural water contest. Their aquaponic garden involves raising fish and growing vegetables in one integrated system. They also featured a waterless, vermicomposting toilet. What does that mean? Basically, worms consume human bio-waste and generate compost to be used in the garden. Whos ready for a future of worm toilets?!

Oct 5, 2:12 PM

This is Emma. She works at Australias Water Corporation as a leak detection (sniffing) specialist. Shes one of two leak-sniffing spaniels employed by Water Corporation in a special trial. At Denver Water, we also have an esteemed team of leak detectors (people, not pups) who use state-of-the-art technology to listen (not sniff) for leaks underground. Head to the link in our bio to learn more. Photo of Emma courtesy of Water Corporation of Western Australia.

Sep 26, 3:04 PM

The recent #Tenderfoot2 wildfire in Dillon hit very close to home. Head to the link in our bio to learn how fighting fires aggressively and quickly is the best way to protect water quality. Thanks to Lake Dillon Fire-Rescue for this stunning image.