Gulf Coast Water Conservation Symposium scheduled for 2014

Dec. 18, 2013

HOUSTON — The conference, organized by the Texas Water Foundation, will take place on Jan. 23.

HOUSTON — The Gulf Coast Water Conservation Symposium is scheduled for Jan. 23, 2014 in Houston, according to an article by The Texas Tribune.

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The symposium, entitled "Capitalizing on water conservation: Benefits, opportunities, requirements and lessons learned," is being organized by the Texas Water Foundation, the article reported.

Local mayors, city council members, county leaders, regional water authorities, water utility directors, water conservation managers and others are invited to attend the event, noted the article.

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According to the article, the conference will focus on how Proposition 6, water infrastructure funding and HB4 may affect local communities and examine strategies for smart infrastructure investment, among other topics.

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