Texas

Rainwater first flush diverter system Tall Drink
Posted by | December 7, 2017

  Rainwater harvesting systems implement different ways to filter the water before and after it’s stored for later use. Local Spicewood, Texas company, Tall Drink Rainwater Harvesting owner Zak Crosby...

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Texas Hill Country Pioneer Water Tanks rainwater system
Posted by | November 21, 2017

Johnson City, Texas hosts The Hill Country Science Mill as a recycled historical landmark turned into a community forum for science exploration. Featuring exhibitions including a virtual reality experience and...

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Posted by | February 13, 2017

Get started on your public water system or other water storage needs with the exerts at Acer Water Tanks. A living unit equivalent (LUE) is defined as the typical flow...

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Posted by | May 18, 2016

Water tests at State Supported Living Centers in several Texas cities has revealed toxic lead rivaling the amount found in the water system in Flint, Michigan. Read more.

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Posted by | March 28, 2016

According to the Houston Chronicle, the EPA now estimates that the U.S. faces a $384 billion backlog of needed repairs to the country's drinking water infrastructure. In Houston, an estimated...

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Posted by | February 23, 2016

Smelly black water has been coming from the faucets of Crystal City, Texas, residents. The town of 7,500, located near San Antonio, currently faces bankruptcy and all but one top...

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Posted by | November 30, 2015

Texas lakes are rising and El Niño may bring a wet winter, but people in the know remain concerned about drought in Central Texas. Extreme rain events in 2015 drove...

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Posted by | October 20, 2015

About 100 Austin, Texas, water customers are participating in a smart water meter project that allows them to monitor their water use by way of an app on their phones,...

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Posted by | September 22, 2015

Many North Texas residents are complaining to city administrators that their water bills skyrocketed last month, and they are asking that their meters be re-checked for accuracy. Plano completed more...

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Posted by | September 18, 2015

Much of Texas flooded in the spring and now drought-like conditions have returned. Farmer Ben Sholls said, "We had too much rain in the spring months and it affected our...

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