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Save Water Texas Coalition

Save Water Texas Coalition

The Save Water Texas Coalition (SWTC) is made up of cities, water agencies, water professionals, community leaders, and educators across Texas who are dedicated to raising public awareness about the critical need for water conservation and water reuse measures in order to assure sustainability of our finite groundwater and surface water resources.

Creative Campaigns

Promoting public understanding and discourse through creative content

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Advertising & Marketing

Communicating water issues through brochures, billing inserts, radio, television, video and more.

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Educational Programs

Identifying the tools for public outreach programs for teachers and classroom materials for students in grades 2, 3, 4, and 7

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Save Water Texas Coalition Partners

Platinum (Annual Sponsors)

West Harris County Regional Water Authority
West Harris County Regional Water Authority
West Harris County Regional Water Authority
West Harris County Regional Water Authority
West Harris County Regional Water Authority
West Harris County Regional Water Authority
West Harris County Regional Water Authority
West Harris County Regional Water Authority
West Harris County Regional Water Authority

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ARCADIS – Jones & Carter – McGrath & Company – Spring West MUD – Bammel UD – HCMUD 168 – Clay Rd. MUD – HCMUD 120 – HCMUD 6 – HFBMUD 3 – Emerald Forest – Mayde Creek MUD – NWHCMUD 29 – HC MUD400 – Castlewood MUD – Terranova West MUD – Klein PUD – Sander Engineering

Water news of Texas

Water News of Texas

Water topics and conservation articles for Texas.

What do you know about stormwater pollution?

Stormwater pollution can result from contaminated runoff from urban areas as it drains from streets or property through the municipal storm water drainage system and into our waterways

What You Can Do to Prevent Stormwater Pollution

Stormwater runoff occurs when rain flows over the ground. Stormwater pollution runoff is a serious concern because it may be contaminated with pesticides, fertilizers, animal droppings, trash, food

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