Friday, March 1, 2013

Utah's Award for Best Water Goes To...

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Every year, the Rural Water Association of Utah gets together. Among their list of tasks includes deciding which city in Utah has the best tasting water. Of the thirty-three entries, there was one clear winner.



RWA's award for best drinking water goes to Stansbury Park!  Congratulations!

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Judges critiqued the taste, smell, and cleanliness of tap water samples from all around the state.  According to judge, Charles Hilton (Vice-President of the National Rural Water Association), the process of judging drinking can be a little complicated. He tries to focus on the lack of the sample...the lack of smell, taste and odor.
Manager of Stansbury Park Improvement District, Brett Palmer, is proud of the award. In an interview with KUTV, Palmer says, "I think that we have great tasting water...it’s just pumped directly from the ground into the system.”

Runners up for the award include Bryce Canyon National Park’s water system and Upper Country Water Improvement District in Altamont.

For KUTV's broadcast click here!

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