The report presents key considerations for choosing individual on-site, clustered and non-discharging centralized wastewater systems to help engineers, developers and decision-makers choose the appropriate scale of system.
As part of a larger study to answer “How Much Water is in the Hill Country?,” the following report from The Meadows Center explores preliminary data related to the groundwater-surface water dynamics of the Guadalupe River Basin.
When a team of five explorers embarked on a 1,200-mile journey down the Rio Grande, the river that marks the southern boundary of Texas and the US-Mexico border, their goal was to experience and capture on film the rugged landscapes of this vast frontier before the controversial construction of a border wall changed this part of the river forever.
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