Houston Water Conservation and Conservation Authority’s Chief Executive Officer Fired

Posted July 06, 2019 05:00:53 Houston Water Management and Conservation (HWMCCA) has fired its chief executive officer.Houston Water Conservation (HHWC) will be holding a news conference Wednesday at 3 p.m. to formally announce the departure of HWMCCAs Chief Executive officer and Chief Executive of Public Services, Mark Kaczmarek.The news conference will be live-streamed via Facebook …

How to save water for your life: 10 ways to conserve in the coming decades

Water conservation is a topic that is getting increasingly topical in Texas and around the country.Texas is the state that has the highest percentage of households that are completely water dependent.Texas has some of the highest water use in the country, with a whopping 71.2 billion gallons of water being used every year.However, Texas has …

Why Texas’s water conservation certificate is getting a little less valuable

More than a dozen cities across the United States have water conservation certificates, often issued by the Environmental Protection Agency, that allow water to be used to protect people from contaminants or harmful substances.But as the EPA’s website shows, these certificates don’t give you the right to stop polluting or other pollutants.Instead, they give you …