Aquifer Conditions

Aquifer Conditions
Area
Index
Today's
Readings
  Yesterday's Readings   Ten Day Average
Bexar (J-17) 645.6   646.0   646.8
Uvalde (J-27) 851.2   851.2   851.2
Comal Springs 223   227   234
San Marcos Springs 272   273   272

Provisional Daily water readings as of 9:00 AM
Last Updated on Sep 2 2015

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San Antonio Pool Stage 2   30%*    
Includes all of Bexar and Medina counties and portions of Comal, Hays, Guadalupe, and Atascosa counties
Uvalde Pool NA   0%*    
Includes all of Uvalde County
*Withdrawal Reductions

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS: Return to Stage II for SA Pool

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Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating was the first company to introduced the Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) systems in the United States.  Unlike traditional heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems, VRF systems do not require a cooling tower to operate and do not use water.  On average, a cooling tower will use 20,000 – 30,000 gallons of makeup water on a hot Texas day. Makeup water is water fed to a cooling tower to replace that lost by evaporation.
Properly zoned, air cooled VRF systems are more energy efficient and conserve water by not relying on thousands of gallons of water to operate.