"Due to the extreme drought in 2011, the City of Brenham decided it was time to get serious about water conservation. Our goal was to save as much potable water as possible for essential needs. With the permission from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, the City of Brenham was granted a 210 Reuse Authorization. This allowed us to divert effluent water from our Wastewater Treatment Plant to be used for non-essential needs such as construction activities, toilet flush water, dust control, fracking, etc. With the help of Elemech, Inc, we realized our goal.
In the Spring of 2012, we purchased an EleMech bulk water filling station controlled by Portalogic software which allowed the City of Brenham to supply water to numerous contractors 24 hours a day 7 days a week at their convenience. This station is very user friendly for both the customer and internal staff. As with any city, we were amazed that this station was more economical than three of their competitors. By purchasing this station we are now able to set up an account, issue a customer card, track usage, and add another source of revenue to our department. The City of Brenham was amazed with the customer service that was passed down from EleMech, Inc. during the set up period.
We are proud of our station and even more proud that we are conserving potable water and at the same time increasing revenue for our city. Thank you EleMech, for helping us realize our goal."