Pure Water Southern California to Help with City’s Water Woes

Pure Water Southern California to Help with City’s Water Woes

20th March 2024 news 0

 

California has faced numerous weather challenges over the past few years with three of its driest years from 2020 to 2022, followed by one of its wettest years in 2023.

The city’s Department of Water Resources has come up with a plan for dealing with the effects of climate change on their water supplies. The plan is being called Pure Water, one of the largest water recycling programmes in the world. The programme is presently undergoing its environmental review phase and is expected to be launched in 2032. Once operational, the advanced water treatment facility will produce up to 150 million gallons a day, which is enough to meet the needs of 1.5 million people.

Pure Water will be using a state-of-the-art three-step purification process — membrane bioreactors, reverse osmosis, UV light, and advanced oxidation.

Learn more about California’s plan to be more water secure here.

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