• July 22, 2014

Tapping the clouds: Local residents learning to save rain

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2 comments:

  • Dr Strangelove posted at 6:22 pm on Sun, Jan 20, 2013.

    Dr Strangelove Posts: 399

    He had to invest $25000.00 do the math over twenty years it’s cheaper to use city water; they also offer other services like hauling away garbage, and waste water; his system is too expensive. He said he will not have to pay for a water bill but what about garbage removal, he also must maintain a septic system etc. I base my math on average water bill of $65.00 dollars a month. I'll stick with city.

     
  • Viktor posted at 11:05 am on Sun, Jan 20, 2013.

    Viktor Posts: 316

    City of Killeen depends on the high-priced water bills residents pay! How can city build and grow to the south without the needed money that comes from charging hefty water rates? Look out if this water conservation catches on in Killeen.