4 thoughts on “SAWS Rain to Drain Tour: Following the Water Cycle

    • They did tell us that lawn use is the largest use of water in San Antonio. Much of the recycled water goes to golf courses, the cemetery district and supplies CPS with recycled water for the power plants.

      But you are right we need to rethink our use of water on business or home landscapes. In the past several years conservation has reduced water consumption by 25%.

      SAWS has a program to reduce lawn size (dig into their website for Garden Style).

      I am not connected with SAWS or any governmental agency.

  1. With so many people moving in, adults miss those elementary trips to the ice cream factory and the water works. This tour should be one of several people are required to take for driver’s license change. Another could be where electricity comes from and how solar and wind could help.

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