Search results for: “protect your water well during drought”

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    ...process required by the Clean Water Act (CWA) does not appear to be adequately protecting the water quality and wetland resources affected by development in the Houston area. (8 Pages)...
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    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...
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    Texas landowners are responsible for managing the drinking water from their private wells. This publication explains how to protect your water supply by keeping records on each well, managing potential...
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    ...water. Rainwater harvesting is one way to keep up with the demand. Rainwater Harvesting in Texas gives residents information on how to collect rainwater for their own uses. (2 pages)...
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    In Texas, watermelons are a favorite summer treat. They are made up of about 90 percent water, making them the perfect way to quench thirst and satisfy a sweet tooth....
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    Completing a customer characterization helps an urban water utility learn how customers use water. This publication explains a method for using customer data to complete a characterization process. With this...
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    ...owner cannot interpret the test results. This publication will explain how to understand a water quality report, the best water quality amendments to typical problems, and provide ranges for a...
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    One way to learn about the contents of your water is to send a sample to a laboratory to be analyzed. The lab will test the water and send you...
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    ...to as disinfection. Shock chlorination is one disinfection method employed by public suppliers to reduce bacterial contamination of water. This method also can be used by private-water-well owners. (3 pages)...
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    ...crop production. This publication explores the nitrate concentrations in Texas water, health implications, federal drinking water standards, and the potential cost savings of credited Nitrate-N in irrigation water. (3 pages)...