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Texas Water Development Board announces the 2020 Texas Rain Catcher Award recipients

The Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) announced today the recipients of its annual Texas Rain Catcher Award, a rainwater harvesting competition and recognition program. The award recipients have displayed excellence in rainwater harvesting in Texas in four categories: commercial/industrial, agricultural, educational/governmental, and residential. Congratulations to the 2020 Texas Rain Catcher Award winners:

  • Anodamine, Inc. for its rainwater harvesting system and reuse for industrial processes
  • The Upper Trinity Groundwater Conservation District and the Parker County Livestock Improvement Association for their rainwater harvesting system
  • Austin Central Library for its rainwater harvesting system and use of alternative water supplies
  • Texas Tech University for its development of the Home Utility Management System
  • Wimberley Independent School District’s One Water School – Blue Hole Primary for its rainwater harvesting and advanced reuse system
  • The Duke residence for its water supply rainwater harvesting system

Read more from Texas Water Development Board here.