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California to start recycling sewer water into tap water…
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03-13-2018 01:13 AM

 



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shocked1 California to start recycling sewer water into tap water…
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Water has apparently become so scarce in the Golden State that some municipalities are about to begin piping recycled sewer water back into people’s homes, new reports indicate.

The California State Water Resources Control Board recently announced new regulations that will allow treated wastewater to be reused as drinking water, though it won’t make up 100 percent of what comes through the tap.

A certain percentage of recycled wastewater will reportedly be mixed with fresh water before people drink it, officials say. And after being used a second time, this recycled water blend will have to undergo a waiting period before being reused again for a third time.

“This is a type of indirect potable use – it’s not treated recycle water that goes directly to someone’s house,” stated Miryam Barajas from the Water Board in an attempt to reassure the public that the changes aren’t as disgusting as they sound. “It’s highly treated,” she says, not mentioning the residues of pharmaceuticals, heavy metals, and other toxins that don’t get filtered out with current mass-filtration technologies.

The so-called sewer-to-reservoir setup – or what some are referring to as toilet-to-tap – isn’t necessarily new to California, especially in certain areas of Southern California that have been recycling water for several years now. But its implementation on a state-wide scale is new. In some ways, it’s also experimental.

California currently boasts 36 primary reservoirs that are used for drinking water, and Barajas says potentially all of them could end up being converted to toilet-to-tap by essentially flooding them with municipal waste water. Major upgrades still need to occur before these would ever be operational.

“The regulations are now there but the infrastructure is not,” Barajas told local Bay Area media.

https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-03-12-c...icals.html
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03-13-2018 01:15 AM

 



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RE: California to start recycling sewer water into tap water…
They've been recycling sewer water into homes for over half a century. Big cities - eat, drink, poopity, pizzity, and then get it back again for supper.
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03-13-2018 01:18 AM

 



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RE: California to start recycling sewer water into tap water…
they should bottle it and call it "H2-WHOA" chuckle
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03-13-2018 01:19 AM

 



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RE: California to start recycling sewer water into tap water…
LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-13-2018 01:18 AM)
they should bottle it and call it "H2-WHOA" chuckle

It IS bottled. People buy that chit.
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03-13-2018 01:27 AM

 



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RE: California to start recycling sewer water into tap water…
THEY have BEEN DOING it For YEARS this is not NEW!

The Water Treatment Plant is right
next to the SEWAGE Treatment Plant!

It Moves From One Right Into the OTHER then Back Down
the Pipes For you to DRINK and Bathe in!

NOW you Know Why Californians are SO FULL OF SH!T!
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beermug RE: California to start recycling sewer water into tap water…
Which is WHY I DON"T live in California
not being there is a vacation

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Alors laissez les pauvres 'sh*t' dans les rues
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03-13-2018 01:38 AM

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RE: California to start recycling sewer water into tap water…
We invented that in Manchester.
It's called 'the activated sludge process' and almost all civilised nations are down with it.
America being the one exception, obviously.



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03-13-2018 01:41 AM

 



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RE: California to start recycling sewer water into tap water…
There isn't much difference between recycled wastewater and water from a reservoir, it's just that the biological oxygen demand of recycled water is a lot higher.

So they'll get algae problems in their water tanks, it will require far more maintenance. The best thing to do is create 2 different supplies, 1 supply of recycled water for manufacturing or irrigation and another for potable supply. They only have to supply about 5 gallons a day for potable (drinking or cooking) water supply, while the rest can be for laundry or the dishwasher, showers etc.

But they are too lazy and cheap to do that, I know I've argued with these idiots about this very topic years ago.

Morans.
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03-13-2018 01:59 AM

 



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RE: California to start recycling sewer water into tap water…
good, they deserve to drink piss
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RE: California to start recycling sewer water into tap water…
LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-13-2018 01:13 AM)
Water has apparently become so scarce in the Golden State that some municipalities are about to begin piping recycled sewer water back into people’s homes, new reports indicate.

The California State Water Resources Control Board recently announced new regulations that will allow treated wastewater to be reused as drinking water, though it won’t make up 100 percent of what comes through the tap.

A certain percentage of recycled wastewater will reportedly be mixed with fresh water before people drink it, officials say. And after being used a second time, this recycled water blend will have to undergo a waiting period before being reused again for a third time.

“This is a type of indirect potable use – it’s not treated recycle water that goes directly to someone’s house,” stated Miryam Barajas from the Water Board in an attempt to reassure the public that the changes aren’t as disgusting as they sound. “It’s highly treated,” she says, not mentioning the residues of pharmaceuticals, heavy metals, and other toxins that don’t get filtered out with current mass-filtration technologies.

The so-called sewer-to-reservoir setup – or what some are referring to as toilet-to-tap – isn’t necessarily new to California, especially in certain areas of Southern California that have been recycling water for several years now. But its implementation on a state-wide scale is new. In some ways, it’s also experimental.

California currently boasts 36 primary reservoirs that are used for drinking water, and Barajas says potentially all of them could end up being converted to toilet-to-tap by essentially flooding them with municipal waste water. Major upgrades still need to occur before these would ever be operational.

“The regulations are now there but the infrastructure is not,” Barajas told local Bay Area media.

https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-03-12-c...icals.html

florida does this for years you drink recyaled urine in florida
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RE: California to start recycling sewer water into tap water…
Why don't they build a series of massive reservoirs high in the mountains to catch winter snow and rains?

Plenty of water.
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RE: California to start recycling sewer water into tap water…
Spiddy  Wrote: (03-13-2018 01:38 AM)
We invented that in Manchester.
It's called 'the activated sludge process' and almost all civilised nations are down with it.
America being the one exception, obviously.

drinking your own recycled piss - that explains it!

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RE: California to start recycling sewer water into tap water…
Big deal, the US Navy has been doing it for almost 100 years.
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teach RE: California to start recycling sewer water into tap water…
Drinking your own recycled piss causes your brain to rot

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RE: California to start recycling sewer water into tap water…
Spiddy  Wrote: (03-13-2018 01:38 AM)
We invented that in Manchester.
It's called 'the activated sludge process' and almost all civilised nations are down with it.
America being the one exception, obviously.

Well see in our country the United States some of us "ME" have unlimited water through my wells. Bet you don't fuckface.
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