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Conservation Articles

Are There Water Wasters At Your House?

The key to efficient use of any of our natural resources is old-fashioned common sense. Instead of taking our water supplies for granted, think about how much water your family uses every day, and actively look for ways to use it more efficiently. That means fixing leaky faucets as well as taking shorter showers!
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Q & A Water Conservation & Quality

Although we have had some good rain showers recently, we are not out of the woods yet -- DROUGHT CONDITIONS ARE STILL IN EFFECT. Please continue your efforts to conserve water. The District appreciates everyone's cooperation in preserving our water supplies. Also, don't forget that as you increase your water usage (filling swimming pools, sprinklers, etc.) your water bill increases correspondingly...
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Why Conserve Water?

In Texas, our conventional fresh-water supplies are already 75 to 80 percent developed. That's why the more efficient use of our precious water resources through water conservation and reuse makes economic sense, both to preserve and extend limited water supplies and to save Texans real money.
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