Days of cheap and abundant water are coming to an end
Houston — The Houston Chronicle is reporting; Texas has a powerful thirst, one that won't be quenched any time soon given projections that the state's population will double to 46 million over the next half-century.
In the past, Texans - particularly those in the most populated areas - found water for all those extra showers, sprinklers and toilets by heading to where the water was and grabbing it. They did this with big reservoirs, deep wells and long pipelines. Whatever it took.
But the days of cheap and abundant water are coming to an end, and where the additional supply will come from is not clear.
To read more on this story, head to The Houston Chronicle's website: http://www.chron.com/news/houston-texas/article/Texas-water-supply-for-the-future-is-uncertain-2266277.php