Simple Steps to Big Water Savings

The average American household wastes more than 10,000 gallons each year from easy-to-fix water leaks. That’s the amount of water needed to wash 270 loads of laundry. If that doesn’t seem like a lot, consider that across the country, easy-to-fix household leaks can add up to more than 1 trillion gallons of water lost every year.

BPUB Update – Free Income Tax Assistance

The Brownsville Public Utilities Board is always looking for ways to give back to the community, and one of the ways it does so is through participation in a United Way program that offers free income tax assistance. Learn more about it in this week’s BPUB Update.

BPUB Update – Robindale Wastewater Treatment Plant

To meet growing demands, BPUB expanded the Robindale Wastewater Treatment Plant, but it did a lot more than that. It also conquered the intermittent odor control issues there. Learn more about the improvements in this week’s BPUB Update. Don’t forget to like us at www.facebook.com/BrownsvillePUB or www.facebook.com/ILoveResacas for all the latest updates.

BPUB Update How to Detect a Toilet Leak

The toilet is one of the most used things in any household, and a leaky one can be responsible for hundreds of gallons of wasted water. In this week’s BPUB Update, we show you just how easy it is to detect a leak in your toilet at home.

SRWA Expansion Nears Completion

The Southmost Regional Water Authority (SRWA) desalination plant is getting closer to finishing a major expansion. This project should be complete in the early part of 2015.

BPUB Update – Week of Jan. 12, 2015

As the new year begins, some people might be considering a new air conditioning system. In this week’s BPUB Update, BPUB’s energy efficiency and conservation coordinator lets you know what to look for in a new AC and how to get some money back through BPUB’s GreenLiving rebate program. Don’t forget to like us at www.facebook.com/BrownsvillePUB or www.facebook.com/ILoveResacas for all the latest updates.

BPUB Spreads Word About Resaca Restoration Project at Zoo

BPUB went to the Gladys Porter Zoo during the zoo’s Wild Tales event to help educate people about the Resaca Restoration Project. With divers now dredging at the zoo, there was an extra reason to spread the word. With a boat floating in the resaca and a man in the water, there was sure to be some questions about what was going on there.   But the zoo is a wonderful opportunity to.. Read More