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From Quality to Supply: Conference Focuses on Water for Texas

Posted on · Later this month (Jan. 23-27, 2017), policymakers and conservationists will gather in Austin for the Water for Texas 2017 conference to discuss all things water-related in the state. One of the speakers at the event is Luke Metzger of Environment Texas. He tells us what his main concerns are related to water quality and supply […]

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Texas Water Issues, and Racial Disparities in Breast Cancer Screening: Wednesday’s Show (January 11, 2017)

Posted on · Later this month (Jan. 23-27, 2017), policymakers and conservationists will gather in Austin for the Water for Texas 2017 conference to discuss all things water-related in the state. One of the speakers at the event is Luke Metzger of Environment Texas. He tells us what his main concerns are related to water quality and supply […]

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Why Well Water Could Pose Threat to Pregnant Women

Posted on · By law, the public water supply is routinely tested to ensure levels of various chemicals aren't too high. That's not the case, though, with private wells, which some residents in the more rural areas of the region use as their source for drinking water. To learn more about water quality issues faced by those areas, […]

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Problems with Houston’s Sewers Could Soon Lead to Higher Water Bills

Posted on · Problems with many of Houston's aging sewer pipes could lead to higher water bills for many residents. Michael Hagerty talked with the Houston Chronicle's Mike Morris to find out just how much – and what's wrong with the city's sewers in the first place. MORE: Massive City Sewer Struggles Will Mean Higher Water Bills (Houston […]