As power outages begin to ease in Texas, utility problems still remain. High demand continues to stress hundreds of local water systems as millions of Texans are now under orders to boil water.
Author: Bret Jaspers
Published: 2021-02-18 04:06 pm
Under Boil-Water Orders, Texas Water Supply Is Strained
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As power outages begin to ease in Texas, utility problems still remain. High demand continues to stress hundreds of local water systems as millions of Texans are now under orders to boil water.

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