Recent News

Entranosa Water & Wastewater Association is committed to keeping our customers up to date with our services and giving you tips along the way. Some of our recent articles are posted on this page.



Regarding COVID-19 and Precautions Entranosa is Taking

Please click here to read how Entranosa Water & Wastewater plans to protect staff and members during the coronavirus quarantine. It's important information for you to know starting Monday March...

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Entranosa Water & Wastewater Hiring Two General Laborers

This spring, Entranosa Water & Wastewater Association is looking to expand its team by hiring two general laborers. To view the official job description, please click here

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Revised By-Laws for Entranosa Water & Wastewater Please Read!

Entranosa Water & Wastewater's Board of Directors has revised the By-Laws for 2019. There are some important chanes. Click here to read the revised By-Laws for 2019.

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Water Measurements

Hardness. We measured 31 grains of hardness at the office for the month of June. Reading was taken on June 29, 2020.

Average Household Usage: Average household usage was 8, 589 gallons for the...

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HUB International Selected for Insurance Provider

During an end-of-the year meeting, the Finance Committee selected HUB International for all insurance coverage.  The selection of HUB will save Entranosa Water & Wastewater 20 percent on its...

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Pulakos CPAs Selected to Provide Audit Services

The Albuquerque firm Pulakos CPAs was selected to provide auditing services for Entranosa Water & Wastewater Association. Jack Crider, CEO of Entranosa, said 50 percent of the firm's clients are...

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ServLine Protects Homeowners from Damages

Many Entranosa members still aren’t familiar with ServLine, a program that has been offered to rural water associations for a little more than two years through the National Rural Water...

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Computer Monitoring of Your Water Usage

Entranosa can allow customers access to real-time monitoring of home water usage from the comfort of a computer. Click here for details:

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Don't Waste A Drop -- A Brochure from the State Engineer

Check out this informative 24-page brochure from the Office of the State Engineer. It is a step-by-step guide for homeowners to monitor their appliances and fixtures to detect and repair leaks --...

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Entranosa Water & Wastewater Wins New Mexico Rural Water Association Award

In April of 2018, the New Mexico Rural Water Association presented Entranosa Water with award of excellence for water systems of 500 connections or greater. The award was presented to Board Chair...

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Invest in Pressure Gauge to Save Appliances

Entranosa monitors mainline system pressures, but it is the homeowner’s responsibility to monitor pressure from the meter to the home. High pressure can damage appliances, including hot water...

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Entranosa Water & Wastewater Association reveal their new logo

Entranosa Water & Wastewater Association is excited to present their newly revamped logo for the company. The logo, created by Graphicbliss Branding Agency, is part of an overall revamp to connect...

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