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Keeping PACE with water reuse: Underused financing tool can help buildings buy less water

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Texas Water Trade secures $500,000 grant to launch ‘Clean Water for All Texans’ business venture

Texas Water Trade announced today that it has received a $500,000 grant from Lyda Hill Philanthropies to launch a “Clean Water for All Texans” water service that will provide clean, affordable water to underserved populations across the state.

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Op-Ed: Water reuse is helping meet needs. But we can do better.

With the state’s population soaring, water resources limited and the climate getting warmer, water reuse is a growing but still underutilized solution to ensure that Texas has clean, abundant water supplies long into the future.

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New report: PACE financing can help scale water reuse projects in Texas

Water reuse projects are a proven solution to the state’s water availability challenges, but many more could be built if developers took greater advantage of a statewide financing program for water and energy conservation improvements known as PACE (Property Assessed Clean Energy).

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August 2021 Comanche Springs Update

Over the last decade, Comanche Springs have begun flowing again during the winter – leading some people to ask, “What would it take to restore year-round flows?"

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A nonprofit’s ambitious plan to restore a once-abundant spring in Fort Stockton

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Announcing Live from the Stream

Texas Water Trade announced today our free, virtual music event featuring iconic Texas musicians to support the restoration of Comanche Springs and other Texas waterways.

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Can Fort Stockton Reclaim its Title as the Spring City of Texas?

The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment at Texas State University and Texas Water Trade released a new study that seeks to uncover a significant question many have been eager to answer: What would it take to restore perpetual flow at Comanche Springs in Fort Stockton?

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Texas Water Trade named as a finalist for the Lone Star Prize