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Summer Savings

 align=Reducing the amount of water we use during the summer offers easy savings. There are lots of different ways to make this heppen. Some experts estimate that about half the water we use on our landscapes is wasted to due to evaporation, overwatering and run-off. There is a report below about those statistics. Take a few minutes to examine their findings.

In the report titled 2010 Water Plan for Region C in Texas, is a lot more information that will impact you as a resident of Dallas Ft. Worth Metroplex and beyond area. Take a few minutes to review these vital statistics about the region we live in here; and see what your thoughts are on doing your part.

In this report, calculations on how much water each of these 18 cities could save every day during the summer if they cut outdoor water use by 25% is the composite figure you have below. The potential is staggering when you stop and think about overall usage:

  • Austin: 13.9 million gallons a day
  • Dallas: 22.7 million gallons a day
  • Fort Worth: 27.6 million gallons a day
  • Houston: 17.6 million gallons a day
  • Plano: 10.4 million gallons a day

Is a 25% reduction in outdoor water use realistic? Cities around the country have proved it is possible time and time again. One local example: the San Antonio Water System estimates it has cut outdoor water use by 30%. They have a River Walk inside the downtown city. If they can do it, let's begin by us doing our part.

2010 Initially Prepared Plan Information

Public Hearing: Tuesday, May 25, 2010 at 7 pm, Bob Duncan Community Center, 2800 South Center Street, Arlington, TX 76014

Comment Deadline: July 26, 2010 at 5 pm

Contact/Submit Comments: James Parks, RCWPG Chairman/Administrator, c/o NTMWD, PO Box 2408, Wylie, Texas, 75098-2408, (972) 442-5405

The Initially Prepared 2011 Region C Water Plan includes the following chapters:

  1. Description of Region C
  2. Population and Water Demand Projections
  3. Analysis of Water Supply Currently Available to Region C
  4. Identification, Evaluation and Selection of Water Management Strategies
  5. Comparison of Current Water Supply and Projected Water Demand
  6. Water Conservation and Reuse
  7. Methodology for Evaluation and Selection of Water Management Strategies
  8. Evaluation of Major Water Management Strategies
  9. Recommended Water Management Strategies for Wholesale Water Providers
  10. Recommended Water Management Strategies for Water User Groups by County
  11. Texas Water Development Board Required Tables
  12. Summary of Special Studies
  13. Impacts of Recommended Water Management Strategies
  14. Water Conservation and Drought Management Recommendations
  15. Description of How the Regional Water Plan is Consistent with Long-Term
  16. Protection of the State's Water Resources, Agricultural Resources, and Natural Resources
  17. Unique Stream Segments, Unique Reservoir Sites, and Legislative Recommendations

The 2005 Plan had this to say about Region C of which we are a part.

What's at Issue? - Region C includes 12 of the 20 fastest-growing communities in Texas. This high rate of growth will put increasing pressure on the region's water sources. Another factor driving the high demands and projected needs for water resources is the region's projected high per capita use rates (some of the highest in the state). In addition, the plan currently proposes to supply 20% more than the projected 2060 demand (an excess of 810,000 Acre Feet.) To meet these inflated demands, four environmentally damaging and unnecessary reservoirs are proposed, for a cost of $4 billion.

Learn more about how you may be able to help in your home or business.

Read the Initially Prepared Plan.

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The plumber from Atlas that installed my new water heater also provided the estimate and evaluated whether or not it was feasible to switch to tankless water heater. He was very knowledgeable about talkless systems and provided both the pros and cons of tankless vs. traditional tank hot water heaters.
  -- Angela M. - Plano, TX