This Week in Texas Water

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This Week in Texas Water

Texas Alliance of Groundwater Districts monitors what is happening in Texas water. Here is a summary for the week.

Why Water Is Not the New Oil, Trib Talk

Utilities Worry Water’s Becoming Unaffordable, Governing

Water: The New Blue Economy? Area Development

Is Water the New Bottom Line for the Private Sector? Energy Exchange

State Climatologist Updates Texas’ Drought Situation, KSAT

Water for the Future, The Battalion

What to Do When Climate Change Poses a Risk to Your Water Supply, The Guardian

Drought Affecting the Energy Mix of Some States, Environmental Leader

EPA Awards Texas $2.5 Million to Reduce Water Contamination Risk in Underground Tanks, EPA

Water Terrorism: How Militant Groups Are Taking Advantage of Climate Change Impacts, Breaking Energy

Fitch: Water Infrastructure Takes a Hit as Municipal Utilities Break Even, Herald Online

Ground Broken for South Texas Reservoir, KVUE

TWDB Swift Program Brings Water to Texas, KWKT

Water Availability Limiting Factor in Ag Production, Southwest Farm Press

Texas Comptroller Susan Combs Releases Updated “Debt-At-A-Glance” Pages for Texas Water Districts, Gilmer Mirror

Aqua Terra Water Management Increases Scale in the Permian Basin, Business Wire

Lake Levels Benefit From Late November Rain, Times Record News

Harvesting the Clouds: How to Make Water Out of Fog, The Verge

Texas Projects Key in Gulf Coast Oil Spill Restoration, Public News Service

LCRA Breaks Ground on New $250 Million Reservoir, KXAN

New Water Supplies to Take Pressure Off Highland Lakes, Time Warner Cable News

DFW Needs Rain to Avoid Tougher Water Rules, Star-Telegram

Hays County Commissioners Vote Against Forming Water Group, Community Impact

Steve Adler Says San Antonio Recycles 40 Percent of Water, Austin Only 5 Percent, Austin American-Statesman

Texas Water Development Board Approves $3M in Financial Assistance to the City of Seagraves, KCBD

City Manager Suggests ‘Water Neutral’ Plan for Decker Lake Golf Course, Austin American-Statesman

City Waiting on Equipment for Additional Treatment Process, Times Record News

Water Demands Spur County Action, Community Impact

City Council Amends Code to Include Water Quality Regulations, Community Impact

Lubbock Rainfall Total Exceeds Last Year by Nearly 10 Inches, Lubbock Avalanche-Journal

El Paso Water Utilities Customers Could Pay $50 More a Year Under Rate Increase, KFOX 14

Reverse Osmosis Treatment Plant Approved, Mineral Wells Index

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