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Facing Extreme Drought and A Booming Population, Texans May Soon Be Drinking Treated Sewage Water

Source:Tree Hugger
Country:UNITED STATES
State:Texas
Published:11/20/2011 12:00:00 AM
Views:672 -25%
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Texas cities are forced by drought and rapid population growth to treat and re-use wastewater effluent -- even for drinking.



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