Weber County Sports Complex Increases Water Conservation Efforts

Same great ice, less water.

The Weber County Sports Complex has launched an initiative to avoid unnecessary ice cuts and conserve water. Doing so will help us conserve 150 gallons of water each unused cut.

Facility Managers will determine when ice cuts are necessary between ice sessions based on the number of skaters and usage.

The NHL Rink currently has approximately 507,960 gallons of water on it. By keeping our NHL Rink operable this summer and choosing not to melt and remake ice, we are conserving an estimated 1,015,920 gallons of water.

Additionally, we have installed touchless faucets and flushers to minimize water waste and transitioned parts of our landscaping to a low maintenance plan for the summer months.

We look forward to providing the very best ice in Utah as we practice smart water conservation efforts.

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