California To Try To Capture Storm Water
In California, storm water is often lost to sewers, drains or winds up in the ocean rather than as a source of freshwater for the state.
In California, storm water is often lost to sewers, drains or winds up in the ocean rather than as a source of freshwater for the state. Once seen as a problem, storm water is now seen as a possible solution to the state's water shortage, with more than 200 billion gallons of water that could be retained across the state. (The New York Times)
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