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ENGLEWOOD, CO, May 27, 2023 /24-7PressRelease/ -- South Platte Renew (SPR) is thrilled to announce its inaugural Water Festival, a community event celebrating water and promoting environmental awareness. The festival will take place on June 7, 2023, from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm at the water renewal facility at 2900 S.Platte River Drive in Englewood, CO.
The SPR Water Festival promises an engaging and educational experience for attendees of all ages. With a wide range of events and activities, the festival aims to foster a deeper understanding of water conservation, natural resource renewal, and Colorado's environment. Participants can look forward to:
•Free food and refreshments
•Interactive booths providing valuable insights into water and natural resource renewal
•Engaging games and prizes
•Guided tours of the water renewal facility and treatment processes
This family-friendly event invites the entire community to come together and celebrate the importance of water in our lives. Whether you are a resident, a student, or simply curious about environmental sustainability, the SPR Water Festival offers something for everyone.
"We are excited to launch our first annual Water Festival," said Kacie Allard, SPR Deputy Director – Business Solutions. "This event presents a unique opportunity for community members to learn and engage with the vital work we do at SPR while having fun. We encourage everyone to join us and discover the fascinating world of water, gas, and biosolid resource renewal."
To learn more about the SPR Water Festival or to RSVP for the event, visit https://SouthPlatteRenewCO.gov/community-events or contact [email protected].
About South Platte Renew
South Platte Renew (SPR) is passionate about renewing resources for Colorado's future. Renewed water is returned to the South Platte River watershed to support thriving aquatic and riparian ecosystems, recreation, downstream agriculture, drinking water, and storage.
Co-owned by the Cities of Littleton and Englewood, SPR cleans 20 million gallons per day (MGD) and is the third-largest Publicly Owned Treatment Works in Colorado, serving 300,000 people within a 108-square mile area in the southwest Denver metro area.
Through the organization's mission and vision, SPR understands the importance of stewardship and conservation to protect the most precious resource, water. SPR accomplishes this through the water renewal processes, education, outreach, advocacy through industry organizations, and a commitment to the environment and the communities the facility serves.
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