California considers building one of world's largest ‘toilet to tap’ water programs

Water managers have looked to expand water recycling systems and thereby increase local water supply.

The Los Angeles Times reports that the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California is in talks with Los Angeles County sanitation districts about developing a recycled water programs that could purify and reuse as much as 168,000 acre-feet of water a year – enough to serve about twice that number of households for a year.

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