Water Resource Planning
As a leader in water resource planning throughout the Southwest, APAI understands the crucial necessity for effective water supply strategies to meet the needs of citizens, businesses, and the environment. We know the integrated nature of water supply strategies between providers and among users; and, we look to each measure. not as a standalone solution, but as a family of solutions to be integrated into an overall water supply strategy.
APAI is at the forefront of the Regional Water Planning process in Texas. Of the 16 regional water planning groups in the State, APAI has played key roles in six of them. We are currently part of the consulting teams for Region C (North Central Texas), Region M (South Texas), and Region B (North Texas), and lead the consulting team for Region I (East Texas).
APAI assisted the North Texas Municipal Water District in determining the potential impact of zebra mussels on Lavon Lake, and preparing an action plan to minimize that impact. APAI developed a supplemental sampling and
Reuse of treated wastewater effluent is becoming an increasingly important source of water in Region C and across the State of Texas. As part of planning for the 2011 Region C Water Plan, APAI developed a
APAI teamed with Tarrant Regional Water District (TRWD) and partnered with the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) on a unique water reuse project using natural systems—the first of its kind in the country.
The Dallas / Fort Worth International Airport (DFWIA) currently purchases treated water from the Cities of Dallas and Fort Worth to satisfy its overall water needs. As part of its Utility Master Plan Study, APAI