You are here

Water conservation is a perennial critical issue in the water industry. American Water Works Association’s (AWWA) 2019 State of the Water Industry Report showed conservation moving from 21st place to 16th place, and ranking 3rd among small utilities. The draft 2022 Texas State Water Plan shows that 37% of strategies in 2020 to meet the state’s growing water demand will be met by demand reduction, up from 31% in...

Read More - Leveraging Relationships to Save Water, Energy and Money

Subscribe to our Blogs

TagsWater, Water conservation, PACE, environmental, water supply,

Zebra mussels have quickly become one of the most significant challenges to raw water supply systems in Texas.

Entities across the state are spending precious capital dollars to protect vital infrastructure and to remove ongoing infestations that block critical facilities and reduce available capacity for water treatment and raw water pumping operations. As the proliferation of these mussels continues to grow, it is imperative to protect this infrastructure from this invasive species.

Public...

Read More - Protecting Your Infrastructure From Zebra Mussels

Subscribe to our Blogs

Tagstreatment, zebra mussels, environmental, drinking water act, raw water supply, water supply,

Texas Commission on Environmental Quality Executive Director Richard A. Hyde, P.E., announced today he’ll retire.

The TCEQ commissioners will work to find a replacement. Richard will step down at the end of March but will stay through April to ease the transition.

“It has been a privilege to work for the people of this great state, but now it’s time for myself and my family to begin the next...

Read More - TCEQ Executive Director Richard A. Hyde to Retire

Subscribe to our Blogs

TagsTCEQ, environmental,