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The Colorado River Municipal Water District (CRMWD) was created in 1949 by the 51st Texas State Legislature for the purpose of providing raw water to the West Texas cities of Big Spring, Odessa, and Snyder. Today, in addition to these original member communities, the District also provides raw water to the cities of Midland, San Angelo, Stanton, Grandfalls, Abilene, and the Millersville-Doole Water Supply Corporation, supplying wholesale raw water to more than 600,000 residents. CRMWD also owns and operates the Big Spring Raw Water Production facility, which is the first direct potable reuse treatment facility in the United States. The facility was constructed in 2013 and treats wastewater effluent using microfiltration, reverse osmosis, and advanced oxidation. Treated water is then add


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