Disposable Products Deposited into the Wastewater System

In recent years, disposable products such as bathroom wipes have grown in consumer popularity. While these products serve useful functions, and their disposability enhances convenience, they are quickly becoming a major problem for public wastewater systems and the entities that operate and maintain them, such as Harris County Water Control and Improvement District No. 110 (the “District”). These disposable products often find their way into wastewater systems, via flushing, and have been linked to costly clogging issues, as well as sewer backups. While many of these products are not marketed as “flushable,” their intended uses, and obscure or inadequate labeling, lead many consumers to di

Increase In Surface Water Fees

Harris County Water Control and Improvement District No. 110 (the “Water District”) provides water and sanitary sewer services to your home. For the past forty years the water supplied to our customers was ground water from the water wells owned and operated by the Water District. The source of water the Water District supplies to you has now changed. The primary source of water from which water is now supplied is surface (lake) water. Ground water is the secondary source. You may be wondering why the Water District switched from ground water to surface water. The short answer is that we are required to reduce our ground water usage. The switch to surface water has been mandated by the

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