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IT’S JUST A DRIP – BUT THE IMPACT OF A LEAK IS BIGGER THAN YOU THINK

IT’S JUST A DRIP – BUT THE IMPACT OF A LEAK IS BIGGER THAN YOU THINK

Even a tiny drip makes your water bill more expensive and wastes valuable water when allowed to continue. Leaks also make a huge impact nationwide when you consider their combined impact. This is the focus of National Fix a Leak Week, March 20-26.
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EXTREME WEATHER? IT’S NORMAL IN TEXAS AND IMPORTANT TO ANTICIPATE

EXTREME WEATHER? IT’S NORMAL IN TEXAS AND IMPORTANT TO ANTICIPATE

Weather extremes – from scorching drought to overwhelming floods – are as certain as day and night in Texas. But in recent years the impact is becoming more widespread, and climate experts are looking for ways to offset their effects.
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PLANNING TO DO SOME SPRING CLEANING? BE CAREFUL HOW YOU DISPOSE OF HAZARDOUS ITEMS

PLANNING TO DO SOME SPRING CLEANING? BE CAREFUL HOW YOU DISPOSE OF HAZARDOUS ITEMS

Items such as chemicals, fluorescent light bulbs, paints and pesticides shouldn’t be sent to the local landfill. But, there are ways to responsibly dispose of these items without creating a health hazard. Here's more on what you should and shouldn’t throw away.
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HIGH QUALITY, AFFORDABLE COMPOST & MULCH REDUCES MATERIAL IN LANDFILLS

HIGH QUALITY, AFFORDABLE COMPOST & MULCH REDUCES MATERIAL IN LANDFILLS

Inexpensive top quality mulch and compost produced via a partnership between the cities of Temple and Belton and the Brazos River Authority offers a superior alternative to many commercial products while keeping materials out of landfills.
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CONTROLLED OUTLET CONDUIT TESTING AT POSSUM KINGDOM LAKE

CONTROLLED OUTLET CONDUIT TESTING AT POSSUM KINGDOM LAKE

The Brazos River Authority will test the controlled outlet conduit at Possum Kingdom Lake’s Morris Sheppard Dam starting on Thursday, March 9th, possibly extending into Friday, March 10th. During testing, releases will be off and on at varying rates up to 2,500 cubic feet per second. Modest rises will occur in the river immediately downstream of the dam. For additional information, contact the BRA at 888-922-6272.
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