LOS ANGELES, California – With its vital and sometimes distant water supplies in question, the city of Los Angeles is taking on the daunting and controversial task of turning wastewater back into drinking water, the L.A. Times reports.
In addition to recycling wastewater, the plan will make permanent many of the restrictions seen during the drought years of the 1990s — including, limiting the days and times you can water your lawn or wash your car, for example.
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Source : The Los Angeles Times
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