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Save Water Texas Coalition

Save Water Texas Coalition

The Save Water Texas Coalition (SWTC) is made up of cities, water agencies, water professionals, community leaders, and educators who are dedicated to raising public awareness about the critical need for water conservation and water reuse measures in order to assure sustainability of our finite groundwater and surface water resources.

In order to fulfill its mission, the SWTC communicates its message through;

  • Creative Campaigns;
  • Advertising and Marketing;
  • Educational Programs for elementary school kids; and
  • Water Conservation programs

Creative Campaigns

Promoting public understanding and discourse through creative content

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Advertising & Marketing

Communicating water issues through brochures, billing inserts, radio, television, video and more.

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Educational Programs

Identifying the tools for public outreach programs for teachers and classroom materials for students in grades 2, 3, 4, and 7

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Save Water Texas Coalition Partners

Platinum (Annual Sponsors)

West Harris County Regional Water Authority
West Harris County Regional Water Authority
West Harris County Regional Water Authority
West Harris County Regional Water Authority
West Harris County Regional Water Authority
West Harris County Regional Water Authority
West Harris County Regional Water Authority
West Harris County Regional Water Authority
West Harris County Regional Water Authority

Gold

ARCADIS

AECOM

Jones & Carter

McGrath & Company

Spring West MUD

HC MUD 24

Bammel UD

HCMUD 168

Clay Rd. MUD

HCMUD 120

HCMUD 6

HFBMUD 3

Emerald Forest

Mayde Creek MUD

NWHCMUD 29

HC MUD400

Castlewood MUD

Terranova West MUD

Klein PUD

Sander Engineering

Latest News and Updates

Following water topics that matter across Texas.

Save water and money outside the house

A typical American single-family home uses about 10,000 gallons of water a year for lawn irrigation. In the summer months, that demand can be as much as three times higher. The fact is that excessive irrigation not only increases water costs, but it drains our water supply sources...

Save water and money, stop leaky faucets and toilets

Pay attention to your indoor water usage. That means check routinely for leaks...leaking faucets, leaking toilets, leaking appliances. Watch your water bill...suspect a leak if you have any sudden increase in usage without changing your usual patterns.

Are you overwatering your yard?

During the summer months, more than 50 percent of our drinking water is used on landscapes and yards. Far too many people think they have to water every day or every other day to have a lush lawn.

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