Expert Advocates Combining Resources on Water
The state's multiple water agencies should collaborate on new conservation and remediation methods, according to the leader of an organization that promotes new water technologies.
The state's multiple water agencies should collaborate on dealing with water resources, according to Richard Seline, executive director at Accelerate H2O, an organization and information clearinghouse promoting new water technologies. With some 4,600 water agencies around the state, from universities to cities and regions, combined efforts could increase new methods of conservation such as wastewater reuse, an area where the U.S. is far behind many other countries. (San Angelo Standard-Times)
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