recycled water

Getting Clean Water From the Unlikeliest of Places

by Daniel Rosen

There is a stigma, albeit an understandable one, that surrounds the use of treated wastewater as potable water. Because let’s face it, no matter how clean treated wastewater may be, people are still going to be focused on the water’s provenance.

Whether it’s water that’s been micturated in, or water that’s rife with bacteria or inorganic materials, most people would prefer not to have treated water going from these sources to their water taps.

If Farm-To-Table Eating Is Cool, What About Toilet-To-Tap Drinking?

By Joseph Erbentraut, The Huffington Post

When any given water supply grows scarce, there are only so many ways to adapt our day-to-day, water-reliant lives: Use less water or somehow recycle it.

New Survey Reveals Californians' Overwhelming Support for Recycled Water as a Long-term Drought Solution

89 percent of residents are more willing to use recycled water after learning about the advanced treatment processes used to make it clean and safe
Press Release

SACRAMENTO, Calif., March 14, 2016 /3BL Media/ – The severity and impact of the drought remains top-of-mind among Californians. They are eager for long-term solutions that can help the state to achieve a water-secure future.  California residents are overwhelmingly supportive of using treated wastewater, or recycled water, in their everyday lives, according to a statewide survey released today by Xylem Inc.

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