Wichita Falls, Texas, will start a $13 million temporary reuse plan late next month, complete with 12 miles of large, above-ground black pipeline connecting the city’s sewage and water treatment plants. Here, the water is pumped into a lagoon that will hold it until it is mixed with water from three reservoirs, Lake Arrowhead, Lake Kickapoo and Lake Kemp.
Wichita Falls, Texas, will start a $13 million temporary reuse plan late next month, complete with 12 miles of large, above-ground black pipeline connecting the city’s sewage and water treatment plants. Here, the water is pumped into a lagoon that will hold it until it is mixed with water from three reservoirs, Lake Arrowhead, Lake Kickapoo and Lake Kemp. Wichita Falls Times Record News
Wichita Falls, Texas, will start a $13 million temporary reuse plan late next month, complete with 12 miles of large, above-ground black pipeline connecting the city’s sewage and water treatment plants. Here, the water is pumped into a lagoon that will hold it until it is mixed with water from three reservoirs, Lake Arrowhead, Lake Kickapoo and Lake Kemp. Wichita Falls Times Record News

Desperately dry Wichita Falls turns to water reuse, an idea Wichita may try

March 15, 2014 05:40 PM

UPDATED August 06, 2014 10:44 AM

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