Lubbock Looks Beyond Conservation for Water Supply
Lubbock, whose water supply once seemed secure, is now looking to strategies beyond conventional conservation measures to deal with its drought-stricken water sources.
Lubbock, whose water supply once seemed secure, is now looking to strategies beyond conventional conservation measures to deal with its drought-stricken water sources. The city's strategic water plan outlines the benefits and drawbacks of relying on conservation, reclaimed water, surface water and groundwater in securing its water supply. (Lubbock Avalanche-Journal)
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