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Austin, TX 78748
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Drilling Services: Water Well, Gas, and Oil
Additional Services:: Location and Depth Service, Water Quality Testing, Capping and Maintenance
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Austinites Drilling Private Water Wells
On a serene street in the Pemberton Heights neighborhood, the pneumatic hammer with its rock-pulverizing bit slams into bare dirt, then begins chewing its way toward the Edwards Aquifer more than 300 feet below.
This newly remodeled house in one of Austin’s most exclusive areas is getting what is becoming a popular amenity in West Austin: a private water well.
As plummeting lake levels triggered drastic watering restrictions during the drought, homeowners drilled 47 new water wells in Austin last...
Texas Water Summit
Water, water everywhere. Let’s keep some drops to drink. But how? That’s why scientists, politicians, and water utility leaders are meeting up today for the 2012 Texas Water Summit from the University of Texas at Austin’s Academy of Medicine, Engineering and Science. It will feature prominent statewide leaders on water issues like state climatologist John Nielsen-Gammon, San Antonio Water System’s CEO Robert Puente and Robert Mace of the Texas Water Development Board.
To get a preview of the summit, StateImpact...
Texas Water Supply
I used to get annoyed when it rained.
The drought that began in October 2010 demonstrated the vital importance of water to our economy, our health and our natural environment. The mere threat of water shortages can be enough to send tourists scurrying away and cause businesses to look for more reliable water supplies elsewhere.
The drought was the worst one-year drought in Texas history, and while it has ended in much of the state, it’s still going strong in many parts of western, central and...
Bastrop Water Wells
Three wells supplying city water have problems
Three of the five Bastrop water wells that supply the City of Bastrop are not functioning properly, officials said during a special meeting last week. But according to experts, the situation does not affect public health.
One well in Fisherman’s Park has already been shut down and two of the other wells, north of the park, are pumping at much lower gallons-per-minute levels than normal, officials said at the May 10 meeting.
James Bene, a hydrologist with R.W. Harden...