|Author:||Ed Gerak and Joe Blankenship|
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Water reuse, particularly reuse of treated wastewater, has been in discussion for a number of decades as municipalities and farmers have viewed a valuable resource flowing back into the river after going through two or three levels of treatment. Resistance in reuse comes from a cultural idea of not reusing treated wastewater for drinking or growing edible crops, probably from the fear that it will transmit diseases from the water or contaminate foods grown with the water.
|Publisher:||U.S. Committee on Irrigation and Drainage (USCID)|
Water Reuse; Wastewater; Canal; Diversion
|Source:||U.S. Committee on Irrigation and Drainage|