Texas Turning Sewage Into Drinking Water
August 11, 2011 by USA Post
Texas Turning Sewage Into Drinking Water, I remember when I asked about the deposit at a rate urinated in Portland? That is weaksauce compared to what Texas is planning. According to The Associated Press, a West Texas water-reclamation plant will begin converting wastewater to usable water area, drinking – something that is increasingly difficult to obtain in recent years.
And if you think that the word “sewage” is troubling, does not want to hear what some people have been calling. But I tell you anyway: “the urine of their neighbors.”
However, officials say residents of Texas who will not drink “the urine of their neighbors.” The plant and 13 million to purify wastewater useful beyond the requirements for drinking.
Gary Fuqua, an administrator of the city of Big Spring, told the AP, “Water is water quality, as far as I’m concerned. [The home] is something that I would not think of everything.”?
Well, I do not think, either, if we were taking things.
However, this is not a new concept. Apparently, plants in Arizona and California have been doing this for years, and will not stop in Texas.
Wade Miller, executive director of the WateReuse Association, told the AP, “It’s happening all over the world. … In some places, resources have been reduced to very low levels, and this is one of the few resources available. ”
Water is a precious resource and if we have to pull the wastewater purification plant to stay alive, so be it. But for the love of all that is liquid and cool, do not ask where it comes from
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