CAWCDCentral Arizona Water Conservation District
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told CAWCD they could do the job for $125,000 less if they were allowed to use HDPE--the owner became intrigued.
This is where HDPE has a distinct advantage over other piping materials and why CAWCD decided to use the pipe.
He supplied 15,000 feet of large diameter HDPE to CAWCD and feels it is a huge step for the pipe in water applications.
The Tonopah Desert Recharge Project is part of a water conservation project developed by CAWCD, which owns a 336-mile canal that distributes Colorado River Water to a large part of Arizona.