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Bonita Business Podcast: BSU and the Business of Water

Curious about BSU's business of water? Check out this Red Cape Revolution podcast with Coach Darcy Eikenberg as she talks with BSU Executive Director John. R. Jenkins about the history of BSU and how water and wastewater service is delivered to approximately 70,000...

BSU honored with two FWEA awards

Bonita Springs Utilities Inc. received two awards for outstanding accomplishments from the Florida Water Environment Association, a leading state professional water organization. BSU’s wastewater treatment team received the 2019 Earle B. Phelps Award in the secondary...

BSU’s 2018 annual report, water quality report now available online

Bonita Springs Utilities Inc.’s 2018 annual report and water quality report are available online. “This year’s annual report shares important information about the utility’s activities and finances in 2018, including the new Customer Service building, the first...

Have you noticed a change in your water this month?

BSU changes its water treatment process every year during May as a routine, precautionary measure. Your water may taste or smell a bit different, but it’s absolutely safe to drink and use for general household purposes. If you operate kidney dialysis equipment or have...

BSU board elects officers

The Bonita Springs Utilities Inc. board of directors has elected Brian Farrar president, Vincent J. Marchesani vice president, and Paul J. Attwood secretary. Mike Malloy was reelected treasurer for a third term. Farrar joined the board in 2016 and is...

BSU announces $3.25 million capital credit retirement

The Bonita Springs Utilities Inc. Board of Directors has authorized the utility’s second retirement of capital credits. Capital credits for members from the years 2006 and 2013 totaling $3,251,037 are being paid out. “Capital credit retirements remain an important...

BSU announces board of directors

Bonita Springs Utilities Inc. members re-elected Vincent Marchesani, Robert Bachman and Robert Sharkey to its board of directors. Election Monitor David Owen announced the results during the utility’s annual meeting.