Memorial Day weekend is the perfect time to spruce up your landscape with water-efficient plants, repair leaks, and upgrade plumbing fixtures. The Texas Comptroller’s Office offers a sales tax holiday for water-efficient and energy-efficient products from Saturday through Monday. Continue reading Get started on trimming your summer water bill with this weekend’s sales tax holiday
When you think about it, there’s nothing in your household that you pay less for that significantly impacts your quality of life more than tap water. As National Drinking Water Week ends, let’s be grateful our water is inexpensive and readily available at the touch of your tap – and not ever take that for granted. Continue reading High-quality, inexpensive drinking water remains one of our most essential everyday resources
In this episode of “What’s Up, College Station?” Marketing Coordinator Grace Hallowell and Water Resource Coordinator Jennifer Nations discuss Drinking Water Week, the new Rock Prairie Water Tower, and how College Station works to maintain an ample supply of clean water for residents and visitors. Continue reading What’s Up? Video: Nations discusses aquifers and how the city ensures an ample water supply
With summer approaching, this is a great time to spruce up your landscape with water-efficient plants, repair irrigation leaks, and upgrade with efficient plumbing fixtures. From Saturday through Monday, you can take advantage of a state sales tax holiday to purchase certain water and energy-efficient products. Continue reading This weekend’s sales tax holiday can help you spruce up your landscape and save money
People typically think of recycling as tossing cardboard boxes or plastic bottles in their blue collection bin and calling it a day. But recycling is much more complicated than that. Recycling is a critical link in the manufacturing supply chain and a vital component of our economy. Continue reading Are you still not convinced recycling is essential?
Area residents are invited to participate in the fall household hazardous waste collection event on Saturday from 7 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the Texas A&M University General Services Building. The free event is open to Brazos Valley residents and offers safe disposal of a wide range of household hazardous wastes. Additional event information and a complete list of accepted materials can be found at twinoakslandfill.com. Continue reading Household Hazardous Waste event set for Saturday
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