The magazine of the Sierra Club reports that construction crews at San Diego’s Public Utilities Department are building a full-scale treatment facility that will produce 30 million gallons of purified recycled water per day by 2025. Their program will initially provide indirect potable water; effluent will be stored in the Miramar reservoir before being treated again and sent to residents’ taps.  But the plans are in place to eventually provide full direct potable use.


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