Prevent Groundwater Contamination in the Karst Topography of the Edwards-Trinity Aquifer

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Date of Publication
December 7, 2021
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Overview

Many Texas landowners and cities depend on the groundwater from the Edwards-Trinity Aquifer, which underlies 30 counties of the Texas Edwards Plateau. Landowners in this area must protect this water supply from contaminants and follow strict requirements for well siting and construction. This publication explains how to make sure that your water well meets the state requirements. (3 pages)

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