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Rain Water Harvesting - Complex Systems

Type
Publication
Date of Publication
May 25, 2022
Price
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Overview

Efficient water use is critical to protecting Texas' greatest resource. The demand for water continues to increase with population and industry growth throughout many parts of the state. Rainwater harvesting is an innovative approach anyone can use that helps to conserve and protect both surface and groundwater resources. Rainwater can be a great water source for plants because it is free of salts and other minerals that can affect soil properties and plant health. (2 pages)

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