November 17, 2021
Texas Water Trade is excited to share information about our work to enhance environmental flows of water around Galveston Bay. In this video you can learn a bit about the project, hear from TWT, and hear from one of our project partners: the Galveston Bay Foundation.
November 9, 2021
Request for Proposals: Monitoring Support for Galveston Bay Flows Restoration
Texas Water Trade is seeking a suite of technical support services related to establishing baseline conditions of the bay, including: recording salinity/dissolved oxygen/temperature and other parameters within the water course. TWT would also like to measure current soil carbon levels to establish a baseline understanding of carbon sequestration. See the RFP for complete details.
November 8, 2021
Request for Proposals for Executive Search Firm
Texas Water Trade seeks to retain an executive search consultant or firm to assist us with recruiting and hiring a founding CEO for our new subsidiary, a subscription-based drinking water treatment service. This RFP outlines the expectations and timeline for our scope of work and selection process.
October 22, 2021
Clean Water for All Texans
CEO Sharlene Leurig discusses the clean water crisis in Texas and the water subsidiary we are launching to bring affordable, safe drinking water to under-served populations.
In the News
October 21, 2021
Texas Water Trade secures $500,000 grant to launch ‘Clean Water for All Texans’ business venture
Texas Water Trade 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.
October 12, 2021
Restoring Comanche Springs
CEO Sharlene Leurig talks with local leaders about our project to restore Comanche Springs and its importance to Fort Stockton's economy in West Texas.
October 11, 2021
Welcome to Texas Water Trade
Sharlene Leurig explains her love of water in Texas and what's needed to protect it.
In the News
September 23, 2021
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.
In the News
September 15, 2021
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).