Bureau of Reclamation Releases Finding of No Significant Impact for the Final Environmental Assessment for Toquerville Secondary Water System Smart Meter Installation Project
Rose Davis, (702) 293-8421
For Release: February 09, 2017
Boulder City, Nev. — The Bureau of Reclamation today released a Finding of No Significant Impact for the final Environmental Assessment for the Toquerville Secondary Water System Smart Meter Installation Project. The EA details Reclamation’s grant of funds to the Washington County Water Conservancy District through WaterSMART Water and Energy Efficiency Grant Funding. The WCWCD will use the funding to install Advance Metering Infrastructure, also known as Smart Meters, for the secondary water system in Toquerville, Utah.
The FONSI and final EA were prepared in compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act and are available on the Reclamation internet site at: https://www.usbr.gov/lc/region/g2000/envdocs.html by clicking on the link “Toquerville Secondary Water System Smart Meter Installation Project”. For questions on the project or to request a compact disk or paper copy of the FONSI and Final EA, please contact Ms. Streier at 702-293-8132 or email@example.com.
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