The Boring Company faced some blowback from Texans who spoke out against its plans to dump treated wastewater into the water supply on Tuesday.
The Boring Company is facing criticism from Texans over its plans to dump treated wastewater.
One resident said about 400 people showed up at the public meeting on The Boring Company's plans.
Elon Musk's tunnel-building venture, The Boring Company, is facing blowback from Texans who are speaking out against its plans to dump treated wastewater into the local water supply.
The Boring Company applied for a state permit last year under an affiliate name, Gapped Bass LLC, to dispose of about 142,500 gallons of treated wastewater per day from its facility in Bastrop, Texas into the Colorado River.
Ambrose told Insider ahead of the public meeting that while he's always considered himself a fan of Musk, he feels The Boring Company is breaking the law.
"The thought of this happening is horrifying," Erin, who runs an organic farm near the Boring Company facility, told Fox News. »