Texas plant will turn sewage into drinking water
In parched West Texas, it's often easier to drill for oil than to find new sources of water.
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#1 Aug 10, 2011
yuk! we finally arrived at "eat crap and die" reality? is this the future?
#2 Aug 11, 2011
I thought that was about as gross as my day could get-having to think about a plant that will turn sewage into drinking water. Then it dawned on me that I live in a city on a river who gets the drinking water from the river-the same river that about a dozen cities up-river dumps their sewage in. And we in turn dump our sewage into the same river below our city and it becomes the drinking water for dozens of cities down-river. Doesn't bother me as much now that I thought it over.
#3 Aug 13, 2011
i ain't hydrologist but i know that water cycle in the nature is not as straightforward as ass-to-mouth..
#4 Aug 13, 2011
since texas ain't no land-locked state, why not desalinate sea water instead of, ewww yuck, sewage?
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