The ponds, streams and waterfalls at Reid Park are flowing more efficiently now with new pumps supported by rebates through TEP.
Old things find new life as we work to keep our scrap materials and equipment out of landfills by recycling or donating useful items.
TEP responsibly manages vegetation to protect the environment, maintain service reliability and help customers save energy and money.
Our homes account for 21 percent of energy consumption in the United States, so shifting or reducing your home energy use can make a meaningful impact on the environment.
For almost 15 years, Breslin, Manager of Land Resources and Surveying, has worked throughout the community, along with TEP coworkers, to protect our desert.
Employee-driven waste reduction and recycling initiatives will remain a key part of our sustainability efforts this year as we work to protect and preserve our environment.
TEP is contributing $100,000 to Tucson Clean and Beautiful (TCB) in support of the initiative, from corporate resources that won’t be recovered through our rates.