Environmentalists Warn of Dangers from Desalination
Environmentalists have concerns over plans to speed up approval of desalination plants on the Texas coast, warning that faulty placement of intake and discharge points could endanger bays.
Environmentalists have concerns over plans to speed up approval of desalination plants on the Texas coast, warning that faulty placement of water intake and waste discharge points could endanger bays already threatened by drought. The Texas Living Water Project, a collaboration among the National Wildlife Federation, Sierra Club and Galveston Bay Foundation, has provided input on the issue to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. (National Wildlife Federation)
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