Enhancing water supplies for now and the future.

Almost 100 desalination facilities across Texas are producing 138 million gallons of water per day.  Desalination offers a viable, drought-proof solution to water needs in the Lone Star State. Texas aquifers hold 2.7 billion acre-feet of brackish groundwater, while the Gulf of Mexico provides an inexhaustible supply of seawater. These new supplies also can free up existing water supplies for other uses and for in-stream flow.

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2015-03-03 - Thought Provoking Issues About Groundwater Land

Written by Bob Harden, one of our members.   Mostly a recant of existing law, but a few thought provoking issues related to how surface estate and mineral estate work in groundwater land. I have one for you to think about. ASR – A...

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2015-02-12 - Con: Brackish desal needs more research

Pumping brackish water from the ground could affect freshwater supplies or lead the land to sink in areas along the Gulf. Groundwater districts have enacted different rules to protect themselves from these possibilities. But the lines that de...

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2015-02-12 - Pro: Legislation could define management of brackish water

Although questions remain on how to manage brackish water, the salty, mineral-loaded resource is part of the answer to the ongoing drought. It is estimated that Texas aquifers hold 2.7 billion acre-feet of brackish groundwater, said Kyle Fraz...

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2015-01-15 - 2014 - The Future of Desalination in Texas

The latest report, 2014 Biennial Report on Seawater Desalination, by the Texas Water Development Board has been published.  You can read it by clicking here:  2014 Biennial Report on Seawater Desalination...

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