Proteja su agua de pozo y el acuífero Edwards-Trinity

Date of Publication
December 7, 2021
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Muchos terratenientes y ciudades de Texas dependen del agua subterranea del acuifero Edwards-Trinity, que subyace en 30 condados de la meseta de Texas Edwards. Los propietarios de esta area deben proteger este suministro de agua de contaminantes y seguir requisitos estrictos para la ubicacion y construccion de pozos. Esta publicacion explica como asegurarse de que su pozo de agua cumpla con los requisitos estatales. (4 paginas)

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