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Graywater a possible aid to ending potable water shortage

 

Last updated 3/22/2007 at Noon



In many parts of the country and throughout the world, clean, drinkable (potable) water is an expensive natural resource. In the hardest-hit areas, the west and southwest of the United States, some communities are experiencing their seventh straight year of drought conditions.

The availability of drinkable water is summed up nicely in a 1998 report funded by the US Environmental Protection Agency: “Water Efficiency, National Small Flows Clearinghouse.” This report gives an overview on the worldwide and US availability of water. The report concludes, “Although most of the earth is cov...



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