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What Do You See in Rural Texas Water?

The Texas Rural Water Foundation (TRWF) and Texas Rural Water Association (TRWA) are proud to support the utilities that provide rural Texas’ drinking water and wastewater services. Our unique programs address utilities’ widespread needs, from training to program development to funding assistance and emergency response. 


Ask yourself: what do you see when you look at the utility responsible for your drinking water and/or wastewater treatment? Who are the people working to provide these services to rural Texas, and how do they do it? 


2018 PH2OTOSTREAM Winners

As part of a continuous effort to shine a spotlight on the past, present and future of rural water, pH2Ostream was launched by Texas Rural Water Foundation (TRWF) and Texas Rural Water Association (TRWA).

pH2Otostream is a photo contest that responds to a need for images from, and for, rural Texas water and wastewater. This contest gives Texans and outlet to share their experiences while bringing awareness to the role of utilities in Rural America.

Thank you to those who submitted photos into this year’s contest, providing a closer look at Texan infrastructure, staff and scenery. We received plenty of fantastic entries and are thrilled to share the Grand Prize and category winners listed below:  

(Grand Prize) Operators in Action: “Tapping in with Great Expectations”
Submitted by: Caroline Salinas, Flo Community Water Supply


Rural Texas Water: “River Flow”
Submitted by: Patrick Steger

Water Infrastructure: “The Driving Force for Water Utilities”
Submitted by Emmellee Weathers, Flo Community Water Supply


Questions and Inquiries

If you have any questions or inquiries about the contest or rules, you may reach us by calling 512-472-8591 and asking for the Communications Department, or by e-mailing with subject line Photo Contest Inquiry.

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