City study released: Abilene has enough reclaimed water to meet Tenaska's needs

Nov 9, 2009 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Abilene Reporter-News

The city of Abilene has enough water to meet its long-term needs and still provide a significant amount of "reclaimed water" - or treated sewage - to a proposed coal-fired energy plant east of Sweetwater, a study presented to the City Council today has concluded.

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Ron-Texas

Temple, TX

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Nov 10, 2009
 
The City of Abilene is making enough money off of their Property Owners square footage run off fees,they should have enough to sell to Teneska!! But as the old saying goes "Poop runs down hill", where is the used/contaminated water going to go??
patty

Springfield, IL

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Jul 20, 2011
 
"Safe yield" of water, come on... sounds like a coined phrase for making the locals feel warm and fuzzy after selling their water rights to the highest bidder. Safe for who??? Not the locals who are facing a draught... not for the locals... maybe for the corporation. Sounds like public relations is in high gear. Someone stayed up late at night to come up with that phrase.
Nation of Imbeciles

San Antonio, TX

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Jul 20, 2011
 
Come on everyone! Let's suck it up and submit to the will of our political masters. We need to obey!

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