Wichita Falls stopped using treated wastewater last week to supplement its water supply now that the drought has ended. The city will now build a more permanent pipeline to pump treated wastewater to Lake Arrowhead, one of its reservoirs.
Wichita Falls stopped using treated wastewater last week to supplement its water supply now that the drought has ended. The city will now build a more permanent pipeline to pump treated wastewater to Lake Arrowhead, one of its reservoirs. Ben Noey Jr. Star-Telegram archives
Wichita Falls stopped using treated wastewater last week to supplement its water supply now that the drought has ended. The city will now build a more permanent pipeline to pump treated wastewater to Lake Arrowhead, one of its reservoirs. Ben Noey Jr. Star-Telegram archives