From Toilet To Tap: The Los Angeles Plan To Recycle Wastewater | All In | MSNBC 1

From Toilet To Tap: The Los Angeles Plan To Recycle Wastewater | All In | MSNBC


Jacob Soboroff and Chris Hayes discuss Los Angeles’ innovative solution to the water crisis—with an interesting wrinkle. Aired on 04/22/2021.
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From Toilet To Tap: The Los Angeles Plan To Recycle Wastewater | All In | MSNBC


    1. I read a thing about peecycling. It was weird but it is basically to help produce more electricity, I think. Oh well, anything to help Mother Earth.

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  1. They use recycled water here in phoenix.But not for drinking yet.Who knows what will happen in the future.I won’t care in 20 years.

  2. To be clear: L.A. is using Northern California’s water, leaving us imperiled as a drought of great magnitude has been predicted for the next couple of years!

  3. Don’t we already essentially do this? Up-river cities treat and release water back into rivers that supply drinking water to down-river cities.

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