Texas 14th Roundup Highlights Texas Water Solutions

Renewable Energy Roundup & Sustainable Living Expo

BELTON, Texas, July 28, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Reservoirs and aquifers in Texas are on the mend this year but Southwestern regions of the US remain under constant water constraint. Water is an indispensable resource for families and industries. To balance the needs of both we must maintain awareness on related issues and develop and fund sustainable solutions. The 14th Annual Renewable Energy Roundup & Sustainable Living Expo (The Roundup) takes place each fall on the last weekend in September, coming up September 26 – 28, 2014. And new this year, The Roundup takes place in Belton at the Bell County Expo Center, 301 W Loop 121 (at IH-35), Belton, TX 76513.

"At The Roundup Innovative Water Solutions will celebrate their 10 year business anniversary by offering The Roundup attendees a chance to win a 1,000 gallon rainwater harvesting system," said Chris Maxwell-Gaines, P.E. owner, Innovative Water Solutions LLC of Austin.

Barry Wall with Rainwater Systems Inc. of Ingram, TX will speak at The Roundup's education day, "Save the planet? Kids are the answer!" with his presentation titled, "Rain Water Collection 10,000 Years in the Making." Attendees will find other talks and panel discussions on water solutions and many other sustainability topics each day.

The Roundup is co-organized by Texas Renewable Energy Industries Association (TREIA) and the Texas Center for Policy Studies (TCPS). For information call (512) 345-6831 or email info@theroundup.org.

TREIA is the oldest renewable energy non-profit trade organization in Texas. For thirty years, it has promoted development of sustainable, renewable resources and their wise use.

TCPS was founded in 1982, Texas Center for Policy Studies (TCPS) brings together people and the information necessary to ensure that growth and development in our region enhances, rather than diminishes, quality of life.

The Roundup is grateful to its sponsors: HEB, Solar CenTex, Electric Power Engineers, Environment Associates and Consultants, Lone Star Chapter of The Sierra Club and others.

CONTACT: Debrah Dubay, Dubay Communications 512-627-3782 Debrah@dubayco.com

Source:Texas Renewable Energy Industries Association(TREIA)