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The decision was the culmination of a two-year public review process, which included an independent scientific review and guidance by an expert panel that determined the regulations adequately protect public health. It was also the latest effort to develop uniform rules allowing for more use of recycled water to supplement existing drinking water supplies.The State Water Board is also working on regulations for "direct potable reuse," in which treated recycled water is added directly into a drinking water system or into a raw water supply immediately upstream of a water treatment plant. These rules are expected by 2023.
I remember buying my water from a local store near Monterey that had a huge reverse osmosis system to filter out the garbage in the water. Tap water you could smell the chlorine.
Don't worry, they got nearly all the shit out of the water before sending it to the tap.
Why can't they give the sewer water to the farmers instead and fresh water for the populace?