Toilet-to-tap technology is already here. Two water districts in the Bay Area — the Dublin San Ramon Services District and the Santa Clara Valley Water District — are testing systems that filter sewer water and purify it to the point that it can be consumed by the public. Orange County has a system in place that recycles 100 million gallons of wastewater a day — enough to quench the thirst of 850,000 people — by treating it and injecting it into aquifers.
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1) This winter's El Nino rains can't come soon enough.
2) "TTT", for toilet-to-tap, is an easy-to-remember acronym.
3) The Bay Area is the leader in trying out new technology, but I'm glad Orange County went first.
4) In California "living like a dog" is more than just a metaphor.