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Posted 11/7/11

Drought raises concerns about Texas water quality

From the Texas Tribune:

As lake and river levels throughout the state drop due to the intense 13-month drought, concerns about the quality of water supplies in Texas cities are growing.

“One noticeable thing is that our water quality has gone down some,” said Matt Irvin, the utilities director for the city of Odessa, whose water supply contains a relatively high amount of dissolved solids. As water evaporates and little inflow replenishes the lakes, he said, "the salt content begins to concentrate a bit more."

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