Clean Water is joining fellow members of The Alliance for a Clean Texas (ACT) to host a Lobby Day, with Texans from across the state coming together to call on the Legislature to strengthen environmental protections. We hope you can join us!
As the Texas Hill Country adds population, more and more subdivisions want to send their sewage to treatment plants which discharge the treated effluent directly into creeks and rivers. Discharge of treated effluent into waterways is banned inside the Edwards Aquifer Recharge Zone, where water
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