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BSU announces water conservation poster contest student winners

Bonita Springs Utilities Inc. has announced winners of the 2020 “Drop Savers” water conservation poster contest:  Alinna Barrozo, Bonita Springs Elementary first-grade student, Division 1;  Yesica Marcos, Bonita Springs Elementary third-grade student, Division 2; ...

BSU announces additional capital credit retirement of $1.35 million

The Bonita Springs Utilities Inc. Board of Directors has authorized a $1,350,197 capital credit payout to 31,555 members. This payout retires credits earned by members in 2015 and 2016 and follows the $2.55 million in 2014 capital credits paid to members in March....

BSU launches high-efficiency toilet rebate program

Bonita Springs Utilities Inc. members who replace outdated, inefficient toilets in their homes with high-efficiency models can be flush with savings of up to $100 per toilet through a newly introduced rebate program. The EPA estimates that toilets account for nearly...

Annual Water Treatment Change

Each year, we change our water treatment process as a routine, precautionary measure. From June 1-21, 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...

YOU’RE IN GOOD HANDS

YOU’RE IN GOOD HANDS Extra precautions and safety measures have been implemented to protect our staff while we’re hard at work keeping water safe for our members. While the Customer Service Center is closed to walk-in service, members can still use the drive-through...

BSU announces $2.55 million capital credit retirement

The Bonita Springs Utilities Inc. Board of Directors has authorized the utility’s third retirement of capital credits. Capital credits from 2014 for 29,415 members are being paid out in the amount of approximately $2,552,000. “It’s been this board’s commitment to...

BSU announces board of directors

Bonita Springs Utilities Inc. members re-elected Brian Farrar, Paul Attwood and Ben Nelson Jr. and elected James Murphy and Lawrence Kosilla to its board of directors. Election results were announced during the utility’s annual meeting, which was shortened due to...

BACKFLOW Prevention Explained … BSU Landscaping Guidelines

What is backflow? Backflow occurs when water moves in the opposite direction from its normal flow. When there is a change in pressure and the direction of the flow is reversed, backflow can allow contaminants to enter the potable water supply. What’s a backflow...

Five candidates seek BSU board seats

Five candidates, including three incumbents, are running for five seats on the Bonita Springs Utilities Inc. board of directors. The candidates are: • Paul Attwood, BSU board member since 2001 and current secretary, who served for 20 years in the oil & gas...