Efficacy and Safety of Reclaimed Water
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Brown will present a plan to develop a reclaimed water program in King County. She will discuss average water use and precipitation statistics. Next, she will consider the wildlife impacts of conventional discharges. To develop a reclaimed water program, there are two initial steps: prove safety and demonstrate benefits. Brown presents two studies, looking at markets for reclaimed water: turf grass and edible crops and flowers.
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