It's been almost three months since recycled water has been in the Wichita Falls drinking supply.
Round two of mandatory water testing on the emergency water reuse project is expected to start later this week.
Sunday wraps up the first week of water quality testing of the emergency water reuse pipeline.
The recycled waste water Wichita Falls' water users will soon be drinking has started it's official testing process.
The emergency water reuse pipeline is finished and water is running through the system.
With the construction of the emergency water reuse pipeline wrapped up, the city is already working on switching over to the permanent water reuse project.
Even though, lake levels continue to drop, and little to no rain is coming our way, our water supply should soon have some extra support.
We are now counting down the last few hours of 2013 and looking ahead to the new year, a year city officials and residents alike hope will bring more rainfall.
After almost four months of construction, the emergency water reuse pipeline is complete.
More than 40,000 feet of pipe still needs to be installed in the emergency reclaimed water project for Wichita Falls.
The emergency project that will help replenish our water supply is one third complete and well on its way to completion on or before the target date.