A series of decisions this year facing the entities that control water resources in Montgomery County could not only effect local water bills in The Woodlands area, but some experts say they could also have long-lasting environmental repercussions.
The issue of subsidence in The Woodlands and how it is used in future water planning in south Montgomery County has riled up a range of public officials, many of whom spoke at a recent meeting of The Lone Star Groundwater Conservation District to express they’re concerns.
On February 4, 2021, the State Office of Administrative Hearings (SOAH) approved Electro Purificatio
A recent report says geology and groundwater pumping have created a ‘perfect storm’ for sinking cities.
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SAN ANGELO, Texas – UPDATE: The city of San Angelo purchased the 32,000 acre Ford Ranch in 2017 to secure water rights to the Hickory Aquifer. Almost four years later, the city has 15 wells i…