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H2O Counts is an initiative here at FNI to identify, monitor, and disseminate information related to water conservation efforts across the United States. Our Water Resource Planners are continuously looking for ways to conserve water before investing in expensive water supply projects. The H2O Counts article series will include information that is relevant to ongoing and/or future water conservation efforts.

Freese and Nichols recently evaluated the potential impact of year-round once per week...

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Freese and Nichols University hosted a Drought and Climate Change Seminar at the San Antonio Water System (SAWS) office on Monday, May 11, repeating the success of last year's Dallas course .

Water Resource Planning Group Manager Tom Gooch, atmospheric scientist Dr. Katharine Hayhoe and Texas State Climatologist Dr. John Nielsen-Gammon presented again and many of our clients attended, including SAWS, Austin Water Utility, Guadalupe Blanco River Authority, Texas General Land Office and New...

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TagsClimate Change, drought, SAWS, General Land Office, New Braunfels Utilities, Guadalupe Blanco River Authority, Austin Water Utility, Dr. Katharine Hayhoe, Dr. John Nielsen-Gammon,

Our Freese and Nichols volleyball team placed 2nd in the 5th Annual Water for People Volleyball Tournament on Saturday, May 2 in Austin. The tournament raised $7,900 for Water for People , an organization that provides sustainable water and sanitation projects around the world. Freese and Nichols was an event sponsor.

The team finished second after a close final match with AECOM. Our team played along with staff from San Antonio Water...

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TagsCorporate Responsibility, water for people, water for people volleyball, SAWS, SARA, TWDB,