How do you fix a green water pipe?
In a story on Fox News, the host noted that the new green water pipes have become an issue in Houston because of the city’s growing water consumption.
“Houston is the nation’s largest city with more than 20 million people, and the city has one of the highest water use levels in the nation,” he said.
“It’s just really hard for them to get water from the city.
We’ve been trying to make sure that we are getting water from those pipes, and they are just a problem.”
According to Fox, the city is using more than 7,000,000 gallons per day of water from its city-owned water systems, which can have a significant impact on residents’ water bills.
Fox noted that residents in the city are also using a lot of water, and there are a lot more pipes that need to be replaced.
“This is a major problem because if we are not getting that water, we will be at a very, very serious disadvantage when we want to conserve water,” he explained.
“And, of course, we have to make our cities sustainable.”
In addition to the water pipes, Houston also uses about 1.2 million gallons of raw sewage a day, according to Fox.
Fox also noted that it costs the city more than $3 billion annually to treat wastewater.