One day without water.... hospitals would close, fire departments would not be able to put out fires, you wouldn't be able to flush your toilet or take a shower....... and no COFFEE

Water Bottles In Landfill

Water Bottles In Landfill Water Bottles In Landfill

Water Conservation

Somewhere between 70 and 75 percent of the earth’s surface is covered with water.  The same water that existed on the earth millions of years ago is still present today.

Water Conservation Water Conservation

Beaver Lake

     Beaver Lake Arkansas        Our drinking water comes from Beaver Lake.   Help keep Beaver Lake clean.

Beaver Lake Beaver Lake

Water Needs

 The daily requirement for sanitation, bathing, and cooking needs, as well as for assuring survival, is about 100 gallons per person.

Water Needs Water Needs

The Water Cycle

Water is part of a deeply interconnected system. What we pour on the ground ends up in our water, and what we spew into the sky ends up in our water.

The Water Cycle The Water Cycle

Bottled water means garbage

Bottled water produces up to 1.5 million tons of plastic waste per year.  That plastic requires up to 47 million gallons of oil per year to produce.

Bottled water means garbage Bottled water means garbage

Bottled water isn’t a good value

Bottled water isn't a good value.  Bottled water sells for about 5 cents an ounce. Most municipal water costs less than 1 cent per gallon.

Bottled water isn’t a good value Bottled water isn't a good value


For Immediate Release:

Springdale Water Utilities is pleased to announce it is the first utility in Arkansas and the second government related entity in the 24 year history of the award to win the highest recognition at the Governor’s Quality Awards Celebration in Little Rock on September 13th. Springdale Water Utilities was recognized with the Governor’s Quality Award for Performance Excellence for its business and organizational best practices similar to national Malcom Baldrige Award standards. Executive Director Heath Ward commented, “We are very pleased to be the very first in our business sector to achieve the highest level of recognition in our state. Our team did a fantastic job. We believe we provide the best service at the best value and this affirms that we are attaining those goals by independent examiners and judges from across the state. Public services can achieve excellence and can be held accountable. We are proud to be an asset to this community and be a positive part of its growth. The GQA program should be a part of every business that wants to improve their processes, public or private.” Springdale Water Utilities was started as the Springdale Water Improvement District in 1922 and serves over 105,000 persons in five municipalities in Washington and Benton Counties.