Potable-Water-Reuse Ideas Go Forward in Texas, Despite Concerns

New York Times: The idea of turning treated sewage into drinking water may give some people pause. But with lake levels having officially dropped below 40 percent of capacity on Tuesday, this onetime oil boomtown plans to move ahead with the technology. The city hopes to produce five million gallons of water a day next year with potable-reuse technology, which officials say is safe. “There was probably a lot of reservations about reuse water projects when we first discussed it in the late ’90s,” Mayor Glenn Barham......

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