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This event was part of the EPA's Fix a Leak Week. Cities and water conservation entities around the west valley participated in the race and fair, while attendees learned about how to conserve water at home at Liberty Utilities's Fix the Leak Conservation House display.
The Tres Rios Nature and Earth Festival is a chance for people to learn about nature, outdoor sporting, and being a good environmental steward. Liberty Utilities's "Fix the Leak" Conservation House display was on-site to connect human water use with the natural water cycle.
Liberty Utilities was invited to bring our â€œFix the Leakâ€ conservation game to the July 3rd, 2010 Litchfield Park Independence Day Celebrations, which included the Splash Bash at the recreation center and Fireworks display at the Wigwam Resort. Below is an account of the day.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) are publishing this fact sheet to provide an update to the im-pacted communities on the ongoing cleanup activities at the Phoenix-Goodyear Airport Area (PGA) Superfund site, North and South Areas, in Goodyear, Arizona.
The Site is in the West Basin of the Salt River Valley, within the City of Goodyear, Arizona, approximately 17 miles west of downtown Phoenix. During the Remedial Investigation to characterize the site, it was learned that there were two distinct source areas: one centered under the Unidynamics (UPI) facility north of Yuma Road and the other was largely coming from the Goodyear Aerospace/Loral Facility adjacent to the Litchfield Airport (presently known as the Phoenix-Goodyear Airport).