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600 West 28th St.
Suite 202
Austin, TX 78705
(512) 474-2046
(512) 474-2076
1000 Belt Line Road
Suite 150
Carrollton, TX 75006
(972) 833-4490

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Protect Aquifers from Oilfield Waste!

Please write today to the Sunset Commission and tell it to direct the Railroad Commission to protect underground sources of drinking water, a problem we detailed in a new report.

Xeriscape in Texas, photo: Bob Beyer

Your Xeriscape Headquarters

“Xeriscape” simply means landscaping with plants that do well in the local climate without requiring much, if any, additional water beyond normal rainfall. Use the resources on this site to transform your yard and your community’s landscape to protect our water resources.

dry cracked soil due to drought in Texas

Water Conservation

We are working in local communities and at the state level on behalf of sustainable water policies that protect drinking water at its source, preserve wetlands and aquifer recharge zones, and conserve water for the future.

Onion Creek, Photo courtesy of ProtectOutWaterNow.org

Protect the Edwards Aquifer from Sewage

Contact your legislators today and tell them to support legislation (HB 3467 / SB S.B. 1796, and HB 3036) to ban future discharges of treated sewage into waterways within the Edwards Aquifer contributing and recharge zones.

Beer / photo: flickr.com/35524855@N00 (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)

Tap Into Clean Water

Attendance is free! We'll have live music, fine beverages, local art for sale, and fun. The 4th Tap Beer Cooperative has generously agreed to donate $1 of every beer purchased to Clean Water Action!

From We All Live Downstream

Oil and gas well silhouette photo: shutterstock, Calin Tatu

Fighting Big Oil in Texas

November 16, 2017

How would you react if oil drillers wanted to spread their toxic waste on an open field next to your drinking water supply? You would surely be as outraged as the people of Chireno and Nacogdoches were last summer when they reached out to Clean Water Action for help.

Lake Sam Rayburn, photo: US Army Corps of Engineers

Protecting the Attoyac River, Lake Sam Rayburn, and Our Drinking Water

September 19, 2017

An oil and gas surface disposal land farm application was rejected per a letter from the Texas Railroad Commission to the applicant Common Disposal as of Tuesday, September 11.

shutterstock, Lori Martin

Calling Foul on the Texas Railroad Commission's Failure to Protect Groundwater

August 26, 2016

The Sunset Review of the Texas Railroad Commission is well underway, and on Monday, August 15 I joined dozens of other Texans to speak out at the Sunset Advisory Commission's public hearing at the State Capitol.