According to watrnews.com, Houston suburbs are adopting strict conservation guidelines to avoid costly expansions needed to draw more water from Lake Houston. These conservation efforts include the reuse of reclaimed waste water to irrigate.
“We’ve had clients look at reuse for a long time,” said David Oliver, a public law attorney who works with several utility districts. “As the price of water has gone up, people are realizing the economics of the projects that may have been unreasonable 10 or 20 years ago now are feasible from a cost standpoint.”
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