Trinity River Basin Water Quality Management Plan: Water Diversions and Waste Water Treatment Facilities
Trinity River Authority of Texas
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The following presentation of locations for Water Diversions and Waste Water Treatment Facilities was prepared using information available on October 1, 1973. Wastewater Facilities information includes location, Texas Water Quality Board Waste Control Order Number, indentification as a municipal or industrial plant, and identification as a discharge or no-discharge facility. Water Diversion information includes the location of major withdrawals and the permit number but in some cases the application number, certified filing number, or claims number is shown. Additional information about wastewater facilities and water diversions is presented in the "Basic Information" report of Trinity River Basin Water Quality Management Plan published in September 1974. Additional data about wastewater facilities is also included in the supplemental document entitled "Individual Facility Inventory Sheets" prepared in May 1974. (Updated information is available in the offices of the Texas Water Quality Board and the Texas Water Rights Commission).
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