Demand Management Co-op:
Who we are: Tampa Bay Water is a wholesale water supply agency created in 1998 by our six member governments: Hillsborough County, Pasco County, Pinellas County, New Port Richey, St. Petersburg and Tampa, who in turn serve more than 2.5 million citizens in the Tampa Bay region.
Tampa Bay Water reliably provides clean, safe water to the region now and for future generations.
What is Demand Management? Water demand management is a programmatic way to increase water use efficiency through either short or long-term programs. Tampa Bay Water is responsible for planning and coordinating water conservation programs in the region. The agency develops practices used to evaluate conservation programs in the region and researches what types of efforts increase their use, market penetration and efficiency. The Agency also develops comprehensive demand management strategies that could be used to penetrate local markets and quantifiably increase water use efficiency for new and existing potable water uses.
What will I do? A demand management co-op at Tampa Bay Water will have the opportunity to work with a diversified group of staff who are helping the agency provide clean, safe drinking water in the most cost-effective and environmentally responsible manner.
The demand management co-op will work with the Demand Management Coordinator, along with other members of the Systems section. Co-ops are given the opportunity to perform a wide variety of demand management development and evaluation support responsibilities including:
What will I learn?Tampa Bay Water offers co-ops a great opportunity to learn about:
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