WATER SECURITY IN TEXAS
To download the reports and infographics, please click below:
- Water Security in Texas – Executive Summary
- Water Security in Texas – Final Report
- Water Security in Texas – Municipal Case Studies
- Infographics: Financing | Planning for Resilience | Case Study Framework | Strategic Water Phases
LEGAL AND REGULATORY FRAMEWORK FOR
BRACKISH GROUNDWATER DESALINATION AND WATER RECYCLING IN TEXAS
The Texas A&M University School of Law Natural Resources Systems Spring 2020 Capstone Seminar students created a toolbox for entities in Texas building water desalination and water recycling facilities. Given Texas’ water scarcity, both water alternatives are highly sought after solutions and already in place in San Antonio and El Paso. These resources aim to compile the existing, available information on permitting in an organized and accessible fashion. The guides are designed to help regulators, utilities, and the private sector navigate the legal and regulatory framework, and identify required federal and local permits and other compliance criteria. To download the reports, please click below or click here for more information from the Law School website (www.law.tamu.edu/newwater).
The report is the work product of students enrolled in the 2020 Capstone Seminar under the supervision of Gabriel Eckstein, Professor of Law and Director of the Texas A&M University Energy, Environmental, and Natural Resource Systems Law Program and one of the PI’s of the Pathways to Sustainable Urban Water Security X-Grant.