The Carrizo near San Antonio, where the San Antonio Water System stores water underground, is an example of a sandy aquifer.
What does SAWS stand for?
SAWS stands for San Antonio Water System (Texas)
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We have 26 other meanings of SAWS in our Acronym Attic
- South African Wood Preservers' Association
- Socialist Alliance of the Working People of Yugoslavia
- South African Water Quality Guidelines (Department of Water Affairs and Forestry; South Africa)
- State Agricultural Water Quality Program
- Special Agricultural Water Rate (California)
- Supplementary Aviation Weather Reporting
- Supra-Annular Aortic Wall Reinforcing Suture
- Surface Acoustic Wave Resonator
- Supplementary Aviation Weather Reporting Station
- Salla Allahu 'Alaihi Wa Sallam (Arabic: May the Blessing and the Peace of Allah be upon him)
- Seasonal Agricultural Workers Scheme (UK)
- Silent Attack Warning System
- Small Arms Weapons System
- Snowmobile Alliance of Western States (Renton, Washington)
- South African Weather Service
- Spaceborne Advanced Warning System
- Squad Automatic Weapon System
- Staff Agent Workstation (insurance)
- Stand Alone Weather Sensors
- Status Already in Working State (Alcatel)
Samples in periodicals archive:
3,170,841 to the San Antonio Water System (Bexar County) consisting of a loan in the amount of $2,975,000 and $195,841 in loan forgiveness from the CWSRF to finance wastewater system improvements.
To do that, officials at the San Antonio water system limited lawn watering with sprinklers to one day a week during the coolest part of the day and night.
Lucid Energy, a provider of renewable energy systems and pioneer in the development of in-pipe hydropower, announced that San Antonio Water System (SAWS) will be the site of the first LucidPipe Power System installation in Texas.
This is another step in what we're trying to do to diversify our water supply," said Anne Hayden, a spokeswoman for the San Antonio Water System.