Frank says evaporation in the biggest user of water from Wichita Falls' reservoirs, consuming three times more water than the rest of the city combined.
City officials are now trying a $375,000 experiment to slow the evaporation rate at Lake Arrowhead by spreading an anti-evaporation powder over the lake.
Frank says it's that type of thinking that will sustain us through this drought.
If that powder, called Watersavr, is effective, Frank says it would be a game-changer in ensuring adequate water supplies for the city, saving 4.5-9 million gallons of water a day until our lakes begin to rise again.
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