Case Study

Abilene "Phocus" On Their Non-Revenue Water Program

Source: Ovarro
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The State of Texas and the region around Abilene in particular has been experiencing an ongoing drought. Abilene takes the region’s need for adequate water supplies seriously and has been analyzing the short-term water needs (5-10years) as well as the long-term water needs (+50years) for its service area. The ongoing drought had pulled the three primary water supply reservoirs for the region down to extremely low levels. In the autumn of 2014: Lake OH Ivie was at 15% capacity; Hubbard Creek Reservoir was at 16% capacity; Lake Fort Phantom Hill was at 32% capacity.

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