Texas

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 | 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 | July 13, 2015

A ribbon-cutting at the Acer Water Tanks headquarters was held Thursday, July 9, to commemorate the company's association with the San Marcos Chamber of Commerce. The chamber works with business...

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Posted by | July 7, 2015

The Wimberley, Texas Independence Day parade was held on July 3 this year, and members of the Acer Water Tank crew - along with family members - were on hand...

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Posted by | June 11, 2015

Acer Water Tanks celebrated with a ribbon cutting after joining the Wimberley Valley Chamber of Commerce. Acer employees Ashlea Keith, Felicia Lopez and Richard Dunfield joined John Palumbo and two...

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Posted by | May 11, 2015

Cities of all sizes are concerned about adequate fresh water supplies, and the city of Wolfforth, a suburb of Lubbock, Texas, is no different. The city of 4,000 residents recently...

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Posted by | April 29, 2015

This photo shows a Pioneer tank being installed in it's permanent location -- a new, green development, TerraScena, in Dripping Springs, Texas. The development features environmentally sustainable houses that use...

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Posted by | February 24, 2015

Texas has enjoyed recent rain, but in some areas, reservoir levels are, if anything, worse than they were a year ago. Read more.

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Posted by | February 3, 2015

Southern New Mexico and West Texas surface water levels are just slightly above hundred-year lows.  Meantime legislation that funds regional water conservation research and development is about to expire. Read...

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Posted by | January 27, 2015

Despite recent rains, the Texas drought drones on, says an expert from Texas A&M. Read more.

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