Archive for posts tagged ‘San Antonio’

SAWS Application for Bed-and-Banks Permit Highlights Tension in Having Dual Surface Water and Groundwater Regimes

The San Antonio Water System (SAWS) has developed a creative legal strategy for improving the ecology of the San Antonio River and San Antonio Bay: indirectly reusing groundwater-derived effluent not by re-diverting for municipal uses but by running it down to the coast as an  an instream flow. This strategy – which still requires Texas… Full Story

University Study Finds San Antonio Is Most Water-Vulnerable City

The State Water Plan (SWP) and the impacts of the current drought have painted an unsettling portrait of water in Texas.  And giving still more reason for concern, a new study has found that San Antonio has less water available per capita than any big city in the country. The University of Florida surveyed metropolitan areas with populations of greater than 100,000.  Its authors started… Full Story