Clean water, the kind that flows down a drain or fills an irrigation ditch, is now the norm in Arizona.
In fact, it’s the most common drinking water in the state.
The state’s water system has seen a massive improvement since it was last in the dark.
The system, known as the “Phoenix Aqueduct,” has seen its water level steadily climb in recent years.
Now, the state is on pace to exceed its goal of delivering 100 million gallons per day.
As the Phoenix Water System continues to improve, more people will be able to get access to clean water for a period of time.
The new Arizona system was built to handle more water than the city of Phoenix has ever delivered in one day.
And that’s in addition to a massive reservoir that can store more than three million acre-feet of water.
And now, Arizona officials are working to build more reservoirs.
In a statement, Arizona Gov.
Doug Ducey praised the progress and promised a continued commitment to improving the system.
The aqueduct is expected to deliver enough water to the city and the state of Arizona every day for the next 20 years.
Duceys water department estimates the Phoenix Aquedict system can deliver up to 20 million acre feet of water each day.
That’s enough to supply Arizona’s needs for about 5 years.
The Aqueduction is now in its sixth year of construction.
With the system finally in place, Phoenix is now expected to have the capacity to meet the state’s daily water needs for at least another 20 years, the governor said in a statement.
“The aquedict water system is a key element of the city’s efforts to meet its water needs and meet the water needs of Phoenix’s residents,” Duceya said.
“This new system will deliver the most reliable and reliable water in Arizona, and the citizens of Phoenix deserve the opportunity to experience that water.”
Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton said in an interview with The Arizona Republic that the aqueduction has already provided a big boost to the local economy.
“I think Phoenix will be the first city to have this system in place in the United States, and I think the people of Phoenix will see a huge economic impact in the coming years,” Stanton said.
He added that he expects the aquateduct will add to Phoenix’s water supplies.
“We are definitely excited about this, because we have had an aging water system and a huge water deficit in the city, and this is a huge step forward,” Stanton told the newspaper.
“It’s been an exciting time for us.”