Water Matters: April – July 2024 edition
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Water Matters: April – July 2024 edition

Long gone are the days when “meter readers” had to walk around to each house, manually writing down numbers and then transcribing water use data back at the office. Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) or “Smart Meters” provide data almost instantaneously and seamlessly, allowing for greater transparency as well as efficiency. Utilizing software called “WaterSmart”, LMUD…

Water Matters: Dec 2023 – March 2024 edition
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Water Matters: Dec 2023 – March 2024 edition

[icon name=”file-pdf-o” unprefixed_class=”red”] Printable Version   Cooler, rainy weather is here, but the drought is far from over. Historically, Texas is prone to extended periods of drought eased by flooding events. In fact, the last 20 years have been dominated by “abnormal dryness,” but in this same timeframe, the Texas Hill Country’s population has also…

Water Matters: April – July 2023 edition
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Water Matters: April – July 2023 edition

Printable Version Drinking Water Week is an annual observance in May sponsored by the American Water Works Association to recognize the critical role drinking water plays in our daily lives and the professionals who work around the clock to ensure their community’s supply is safe and plentiful. Water Needs versus Wants How often do you…

Water Matters: Dec. 2022 – Mar. 2023 edition
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Water Matters: Dec. 2022 – Mar. 2023 edition

[icon name=”file-pdf-o” unprefixed_class=”red”] Printable Version Join us, in partnership with Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ), on keeping our air and water clean, conserving water and energy, and reducing waste by pledging to Take Care of Texas! The pledge signifies your commitment to protecting the Texas environment with every- day actions. To thank you for…

Water Matters: August – November 2022 edition
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Water Matters: August – November 2022 edition

[icon name=”file-pdf-o” unprefixed_class=”red”] Printable Version No water to drink, or wash your hands with. No water to shower, flush the toilet, or do laundry. Hospitals would close without water. Firefighters couldn’t put out fires and farmers couldn’t water their crops. Disease would spread. Imagine a Day Without Water is held this year on October 20….

Water Matters: April – July 2022 edition
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Water Matters: April – July 2022 edition

[icon name=”file-pdf-o” unprefixed_class=”red”] Printable Version   May 1-7, 2022 is nationally recognized as Drinking Water Week. It provides a unique opportunity for both water professionals and the communities they serve to recognize the vital role water plays in our daily lives. Join us to celebrate our 50th anniversary during Drinking Water Week for a greater…

Water Matters: Aug-Nov 2021 edition
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Water Matters: Aug-Nov 2021 edition

[icon name=”file-pdf-o” unprefixed_class=”red”] Printable Version   National Water Quality Month (August) is dedicated to making the most of the relatively small amount of fresh water we have, because having clean water is vital to our individual health, our collective agricultural needs, and the needs of our environment. When Natural Disasters Strike, Be Prepared For the…