Fort Riley to be net-zero water user

Fort Riley to be net-zero water user

There are 1 comment on the KHGI story from Apr 30, 2011, titled Fort Riley to be net-zero water user. In it, KHGI reports that:

Fort Riley has been tapped to be 1 of several U.S. Army sites with the goal of returning every drop of water it draws back to the watershed by the year 2020.

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george barnett

Garner, NC

#1 May 3, 2011
----------or they could simply do like the Marine generals at Lejeune and recycle the VOC toxins to the troops.

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