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$50M for Water Conservation, Reuse Projects

Water meter system upgrades and rebate programs for commercial buildings that install water-wise landscaping are among the water efficiency projects that will receive nearly $50 million from the US Interior’s Bureau of Reclamation.

The funding for the projects — in California and 11 other western states — aims to help resource managers conserve and reuse water during the historic drought.

Reclamation is investing more than $24 million in grants for 50 water and energy efficiency projects in 12 western states, more than $23 million for seven water reclamation and reuse projects in California, and nearly $2 million for seven water reclamation and reuse feasibility studies in California and Texas.

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One thought on “$50M for Water Conservation, Reuse Projects

  1. Typical humans. Too little too late. I hope they are looking at flood mitigation and retention practices as well because it will all come round again eventually. We have entered the age of extremes. Extreme drought, extreme flood, extreme winds, extreme snow, and all un-predictable.

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