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originally posted by: Phage
a reply to: ATF1886
California has no viable or renewable source of water and certainly nothing cheap. They are in big trouble. The longer the drought persists...
originally posted by: JacKatMtn
a reply to: Phage
Wasn't it a recent effort in Cali to recover potable H2O from wastewater?
If so, I hope it was somewhat successful, however, you would think that moving to that level of investment to provide water for the folks, the folks would have gotten the message?
I am all for conserving resources, I guess my problem is that I actually practice that principle so this Cali deal isn't something I lose sleep over, if the folks there, who live in this crisis, don't take it seriously, why should I....
The Fed gov't can't save them from themselves on this one, hell don't they already get a majority of their water from nearby states?... maybe Nestle can bail them out, for a price, and that would be a concerning outcome considering the move to capitalize on H2O....