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WEAP  is a Windows-based decision support system for integrated water resources management and policy analysis. WEAP is a model-building tool, used to create simulations of water demand, supply, runoff, evapotranspiration, infiltration, crop irrigation requirements, instream flow requirements, ecosystem services, groundwater and surface storage, reservoir operations, and pollution generation, treatment, discharge and instream water quality, all under scenarios of varying policy, hydrology, climate, land use, technology and socio-economic factors.

Caring for Your Pool in the Texas Drought

As of Thursday, August 11th, the City of Houston and several other cities in Southeast Texas are currently under Level 2 Water Use Restrictions. Not only does that mean that pool owners will be unable to add more water to their swimming pool, but your pool equipment will likely be taxed by the current drought. So, what are some solutions for maintaining your pool during this drought? First of all, shut down all pumps if the water level falls below Read More


Save money on pool expenses

How can I save money on my pool expenses??? Hello pool owners! Welcome to our blog. One of the renovation questions we are most frequently asked is, “How can I save energy; I’ve got an old pump. Are there more efficient pumps available”.  One manufacturer of pumps, Pentair Water, engineered the “Intelliflo” series to answer exactly that issue. To quote Pentair,  “ Variable drive technology controlled by an on-board computer…achieve (s) lower flow rates for energy savings”. So what does Read More