Krishna Kumar, General Manager
It’s Women in Construction week! We’d like to thank all of women at Madison Water Utility who are integral to our mission and day-to-day operations.
We also took a moment to talk to a few women breaking barriers in both the water and construction industries.
Most 17 year-olds probably don’t think much about water meters.
Questions about your water quality? Call our water quality department: (608) 266-4654
Major project uncovers century-old water main.
Madison uses 27 million gallons of water a day. Can you imagine one day without it?
Old tune resurfaces after sitting for years on a shelf at Madison Water Utility
The city’s oldest infrastructure is being replaced, one project at a time.
It’s not every day that someone gets excited about a toilet.
“It looks so nice. It really does!”
The average Madison homeowner uses 3,871 gallons of water a month and pays $19.09 in water charges. Ever wonder where that money goes? Here's a three-minute look at what your water dollar pays for...
"...one kid every 8 seconds is dying because a simple thing like chlorination of drinking water is not there."
-Dr. Marty Kanarek, UW Madison
Madison's annual water use hits a 47-year low, but utility officials push for more.
Repair crews deal with a string of main breaks across Madison
"I can't believe how much water is in this house!"
Slowly but surely
It's not easy to drill a 915-foot hole – it takes weeks of cold, wet, muddy work.
"We're working on our knees"
Saying goodbye to the old teapot
Embracing new technology
MWU creates first women's "tapping team" in Wisconsin
Updated on May, 14, 2015 - 11:00am
Initiative aims to keep pharmaceuticals out of our wastewater and landfills
The stories keep coming in – the landlord who found a broken showerhead spewing water in an unoccupied apartment; the man with a silently running toilet; the couple unaware that a burst hose was gushing in their yard.
Darn tasty water
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