More water poured into the National Security Agency’s Utah Data Center in 2014 than in previous years, but the facility is still paying for water that it is not using.

Records provided by Bluffdale show Data Center water usage spiked to 6.6 million gallons during August. For the months of January through November — the time frame reviewed by The Tribune — the water usage was higher than it was for those months in 2013.

The NSA paid Bulffdale $31,692.10 for the months of January through March, and again for June through November.

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