Marble Falls irrigates parks with recycled water with the help of LCRA
The city of Marble Falls uses recycled waste water on four of its public parks with help from LCRA’s cost-share program. The city is expected to save about 15 million gallons of water a year through the “purple pipe project,” made possible through the cost-share program available to LCRA’s firm water customers.
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