Gray Water’s Time in The Sun

By Cynthia Koehler and Audrey Finci

“Can Anybody Save California?” That was the headline of a Politico story earlier this month about our state’s water crisis. Predictions of apocalypse are not uncommon when it comes to water in the West, and yet buried in the same story was a major part of the answer; notwithstanding an additional 4 million residents, demand for water in Southern California has not risen since 1990 – due largely to conservation measures. Gray water use, in particular, may be approaching its moment in the sun.

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