Category Archives: Drought

Wastewater to Drinking Water – A Brilliant Idea or Another Fiasco?

Local water districts are beginning to pump treated wastewater into aquifers that provide drinking water to hundreds of thousands of people. Turning wastewater into drinking water – is this a brilliant idea or another fiasco? Humans are really good at … Continue reading

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Wildfires and Drinking Water

There is a relationship between wildfires and drinking water. When wildfires burn in areas that serve as the watershed for drinking water the quality of that drinking water will be affected the next year and perhaps longer. Fire kills the … Continue reading

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Water Drought in California – How Do You Contribute?

Certainly farmers are major users of water in California, but do you know how you contribute? Look at this graphic which describes how it requires 800 gallons of water to produce just one bacon cheeseburger:   You can learn more … Continue reading

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