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Water Conservation

Water is essential for health, work, and the environment. Learn how you can conserve and what's happening around Texas.

 

Tips for Consumers to Save Water and Money
  • Turn off the faucet while brushing your teeth and save up to 4 gallons a minute
  • Fix a leaky toilet and save about 73,000 gallons a year
  • Small changes in your routine add up to big water savings — and savings on your water bill, too.
  • Check out our public service announcements on tiny-youtube.jpgYouTube:
Rainwater Collection and Treatment
Rain is free, but how can you take advantage of it? How can you figure out how much water you can catch, how you can store it, and what you can use it for?
Water Conservation Programs
We have several programs to help business and government to not only plan ahead for water shortages, but also make water conservation a part of their standard operating procedure.
  • Learn more about how you can conserve water as a city, other water supplier, industry, farmer, or other business.
Coordinating Conservation in Texas
We work with other state agencies and local governments in joint efforts to ensure that Texas continues to have enough water for all its needs: