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Important Work In Texas

Using water more efficiently can help Texans meet the challenges which have been brought on by population growth. Several cities in Texas and elsewhere have been able to significantly reduce their per person water use through aggressive water conservation programs. This will be an ongoing issue as we move into the future.

An example is about the total water use in the San Antonio area. Reports have stated that the city has remained fairly constant since the early 1980s, even as the city's water utility has added roughly 300,000 customers. To learn more about how San Antonio reduced its water use, read the case study.

In 2007, the City of Austin created an ambitious water conservation program that aims to cut over 10% off the city's peak demand over a ten year period. These new requirements have added to the city's existing conservation program. To learn more about Austin's plan, read Jennifer Walker's oped in the Austin-American Statesman.

A study of water conservation programs conducted by the TWDB and GDS Associates (Quantifying the Effectiveness of Various Water Conservation Techniques in Texas, March 2002) found water conservation to be cost effective compared with traditional water-supply strategies, such as damming a river.

While most cities in Texas are required to have written water conservation plans, all too frequently these plans have little substance and are not meaningfully implemented. The most effective water conservation plans include specific targets and outlines the tools and practices that will result in the increased water savings.

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Atlas Plumbing replaced a sewer line which had corroded under the house and broken. Using a camera, the they showed us it was corroded, broken and had roots in it. We got 3 bids, with Atlas having provided us with a most satisfactory explanation.
  -- Arthur M. - Plano, TX