Water Reports Delete
2015 M&I Water Use Report: This report contains an analysis of residential, institutional, commercial and industrial water use data gathered by the Utah Division of Water Rights for the 2015 water year. The Utah Division of Water Resources has analyzed water use data every five years since 1990; however, this new 2015 data set marks a significant methodologic and data accuracy milestone.
Legislative Audit Process Reports: These reports will take you audit process that identified recommendations and opportunities to improve water use data.
Detecting Leaks in Utah’s Municipal Water Systems (2013): This document extends the “Utah State Water Plan” series by taking a look at a conservation measure recommended to all water utilities in the state: Water Audits and Leak Detection Programs. It does so by surveying leak detection efforts being undertaken by some of Utah’s municipal water suppliers.
The Cost of Water in Utah (2010): Utah’s 2.9 million residents have been provided with an abundance of high-quality water from nearby mountain streams and groundwater aquifers. With the steady increase of population and the need to meet the water requirements of its future population, Utah’s relatively inexpensive water sources will need to be supplemented with more expensive sources. This will cause the cost of water to steadily increase.
The Water-Energy Nexus in Utah (2012): In locations where scarcity of water and/or energy exists, they can develop a constraining relationship where lack of one disrupts supply of the other. This is what is described by the term “water-energy nexus.”
Water for Utah (2019): A review of duties and funding programs of the Division and Board of Water Resources