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E. Coli Found at South Texas Water Plants

Water plants in Hidalgo and Willacy Counties have tested positive for E. Coli bacteria, but officials say there is no health threat to the public. An investigation is underway to find the source of the problem. Read more.

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Water Prices Rise in California

California water departments are increasing rates and adding fees because they are losing money as customers conserve. Despite the governor's mandate for citizens to drastically reduce water use, water companies still have fixed costs, such as repairing pipelines, customer service and enforcing water restrictions. And those costs aren’t decreasing.“Just because you use less water does [...]

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How to Live Without Water ... Not Well

In Monson, Calif., a small town about 200 miles north of LA, some low-income families have no direct access to water. They cope by using paper plates instead of washing dishes and they try to shower at the homes of friends who have water. One family reports that their well water was undrinkable because it was [...]

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Experts Concerned about Texas Floods Impacting the Gulf

Record rainfall totals in parts of Texas over the past few weeks means a record amount of freshwater pouring into the Gulf of Mexico – as high as 10 times the normal rate. That could be a huge problem for marine life and commercial fishermen, warns a Texas A&M University oceanographer. Read more. 

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California Drought Hurts Forest Firefighting

Rural California firefighters cannot be as reliable as they've been in the past, another result of the state's ongoing four-year drought. Many fire departments must rely on natural water resources to handle forest fires, but the state's reservoirs are running low and lakes and ponds have shrunk considerably. Currently, the 12 major reservoirs throughout the state [...]

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Texas Water Shortages Continue Despite May Rains

Lazbuddie, a small dairy town on the northwest edge of the Texas Panhandle in Parmer County, is seen in the photo above. Like many parts of Texas, Lazbuddie is still suffering from a water shortage despite heavy rains that drenched in state in May. The local school district uses well water and may run out [...]

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Arizona Suffers Drought But Avoids California-Style Water Restrictions

Arizona has faced a prolonged drought and faces possible cuts to its main water supply in the next 18 months, but residents don't expect to suffer the restrictions that were mandated in neighboring California this year. the lake. Read more.

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Despite Heavy Rains, Texas Town Expects Inconsistent Weather

In 2012, Spicewood Beach, Texas, a small community near Austin, became the first town in the state to run out of water, forcing citizens to truck in fresh supplies. This spring's huge downpours have stocked ponds and reservoirs and brought relief to local residents; however, citizens are uncertain about what future weather will bring and [...]

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New Delivery of Poly Tanks in Stock

Rain Harvesting Supplies has taken delivery on a shipment of new poly tanks, perfect for water storage. We have different sizes for different needs and all the components that go with it. Take advantage of this opportunity to install a rainwater harvesting system and fill your tank with the next spring rain. Call for complete [...]

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​RHS President to Speak at Rainwater Harvesting Workshop in Dallas

Steven Sweeny, president of Rain Harvesting Supplies, Inc. of Denton, will discuss best practices in rainwater system installation during the two-day Rainwater Harvesting Workshop which runs from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. on June 8 and 9 at the Dallas Research and Extension Center, 17360 Coit Road.This in-depth rainwater-harvesting course is required for individuals seeking ARCSA Accredited Professional status, but it [...]

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