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CNN's Kara Finnstrom reports on Orange County, California's latest source for water



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Clean, clear water, it is in short supply here in Orange County, so any new source, like this one, is warmly welcome. That is, if you can get past where this water comes from.

 

That's right, what's now destined to become Orange County's drinking water, started out as the sewer water, brown wastewater from toilets, dishwashers, bathtubs, you name it.

 

"We've explained from the beginning, this is actually sewer water, that's been treated by the sanitation district, and then purified even more by us, till it's really uh, almost distilled water. "

 

To do that, Orange County launched a first of its kind facility, a nearly half billion dollar reclamation plant that can turn 70 million gallons of treated sewage into drinking water every day.

 

It's gonna become a model for the entire world, uh, Singapore has already built a smaller version of our exact plant, and there are several others around the United States, that are, that are being planned.

 

The plant runs sewage that would have been discharged to the sea through a 3-step purification process, first, it heads through micro-filters to sift out solid matter.

 

Any solid particle, larger than, 1/300th the size of a human hair would remain on the outside. Then it runs through another filter to remove any viruses or pharmaceuticals, and finally, the water gets a purging bake in high intensity light, breaking down anything, that's left, the result?

 

"Yeah" "how does it taste? ","Tastes like distilled water. ""How long ago was that sewage? ""Probably about 2 days ago. "

 

Soon water officials won't be the only ones tasting it, this water will now mix with groundwater, and should run out of Orange County taps, in as little as 6 months. The water must meet safety standards. One environmental group has reservations about what they call the limits of such tests.

 

Brings up concerns of, what we're looking for, what we're not looking for, what we don't know. While there is no doubt Southern California needs more water, some say this is a little hard to swallow. Even though, I know that they've uh, filtered it 3 times, it's just, just kind of creepy.

 

But many say the benefits just may outweigh the creepiness. I think it's about time we recycled everything. That's due in part to a massive campaign, touting the benefits of less discharge to the sea, and more water for a thirsty Orange County.

 

Kara Finnstrom for CNN, Orange County. 

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Clean-clear water, it is in short supply here in Orange County, so any new sources, like this one warmly welcome, that as if you can get pass where this water comes from.

That's right, what's now destine to become the Orange County's drinking water, started out as the sewell water, brown wasted water from toilets, dish-washes, bed taps, you name it.

"We've escaped explain from the beginning, this is actually sewell water, this been treated by the sanitation district, and then purified even more by us, till it's really uh, almost sewell water."

To do that, Orange County launched first of its kind facility, a nearly half billion dollar reclamation plan that contains 70 million gallons of ~ sewage into drinking water every day.

It's gonna become a model for the entire world, uh, Singapore has already built a smaller version of ~ exact plant, and they are sell a lot others around United States, that are, that are being planned.

The plant run sewage that would have been discharged the sea through a 3-step purification step, first, it has through micro filters to sift out solid matter.

Any solid particle, larger than, 1,300 the size of human hair would remain on the outside.

Then it runs through another filter to remove any viruses or pharmaceuticals, and finally, the water gets a purging baker in high intensity light, breaking down anything, that’s left, the result?

Yeah, what, how does it taste? Taste like sewell water.

How long go was that sewage? Perhaps about 2 days ago.

Sewell water officials weren't be the only ones tasting it, this water ~ now makes with ground water, and should run out of Orange County tabs, and it's little as 6 month. The water must meet safety standards. One environmental group has reservations about what they called the limits of such tests.

Brings of concerns of what we're looking for, what we're not looking for, what we don't know.

Well, there is no doubts Southern California needs more water, some say this is a little hard to swallow.

Even though, I know that they’ve uh, filtered at 3 times, it just, just kind of crappy.

But many say the benefits just may out way the crappyness.

Think its about time when we've cycled everything.

Let's do in part to a massive campaign, tilting the benefits of less discharged of the sea, and more water for a thirsty Orange County.

Kara Finnstrom for CNN, Orange County.

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Clean-clear water, it is in short supply here in Orange County, so any new sources, like this one, is warmly welcome, that as if you can get pass where this water comes from.

That's right, what's now destine to become / Orange County's drinking water, started out as the sewer water, brown wasted water from toilets, dish-washes, bathtubs, you name it.

"We've escaped explain from the beginning, this is actually sewer water, this been treated by the sanitation district, and then purified even more by us, till it's really uh, almost distilled water."

To do that, Orange County launched the first of its kind facility, a nearly half billion dollar reclamation plant that can turn 70 million gallons of treated sewage into drinking water every day.

It's gonna become a model for the entire world, uh, Singapore has already built a smaller version of ~ exact plant, and there are several others around United States, that are, that are being planned.

The plant runs sewage that would have been discharged to the sea through a 3-step purification step, first, it has through micro filters to sift out solid matter.

Any solid particle, larger than, 1,300 the size of human hair would remain on the outside.

Then it runs through another filter to remove any viruses or pharmaceuticals, and finally, the water gets a purging bake in high intensity light, breaking down anything, that’s left, the result?

Yeah, what, how does it taste? Taste like distilled water.

How long ago was that sewage? Perhaps about 2 days ago.

Sewer water officials weren't be the only ones tasting it, this water will now mix with ground water, and should run out of Orange County tabs, in as little as 6 month. The water must meet safety standards. One environmental group has reservations about what they called the limits of such tests.

Brings some concerns of, what we're looking for, what we're not looking for, what we don't know.

Well, there is no doubts Southern California needs more water, some say this is a little hard to swallow.

Even though, I know that they’ve uh, filtered at 3 times, it just, just kind of creepy.

But many say the benefits just may outweigh the creepiness.

I Think it's about time when we've cycled everything.

Let's do in part to a massive campaign, touting the benefits of less discharged to the sea, and more water for a thirsty Orange County.

Kara Finnstrom for CNN, Orange County.



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Clean-clear water, it is in short supply here in Orange County, so any new source/, like this one, is warmly welcome, that as if you can get pass where this water comes from.

That's right, what's now destine to become / Orange County's drinking water, started out as the sewer water, brown wasted water from toilets, dish-washes, bathtubs, you name it.

"We've escaped explain from the beginning, this is actually sewer water, this been treated by the sanitation district, and then purified even more by us, till it's really uh, almost distilled water."

To do that, Orange County launched the first of its kind facility, a nearly half billion dollar reclamation plant that can turn 70 million gallons of treated sewage into drinking water every day.

It's gonna become a model for the entire world, uh, Singapore has already built a smaller version of ~ exact plant, and there are several others around United States, that are, that are being planned.

The plant runs sewage that would have been discharged to the sea through a 3-step purification process, first, it has through micro filters to sift out solid matter.

Any solid particle, larger than, 1,300 the size of human hair would remain on the outside.

Then it runs through another filter to remove any viruses or pharmaceuticals, and finally, the water gets a purging bake in high intensity light, breaking down anything, that’s left, the result?

Yeah, what, how does it taste? Taste like distilled water.

How long ago was that sewage? Perhaps about 2 days ago.

Sewer water officials weren't be the only ones tasting it, this water will now mix with ground water, and should run out of Orange County tabs, in as little as 6 month. The water must meet safety standards. One environmental group has reservations about what they called the limits of such tests.

Brings some concerns of, what we're looking for, what we're not looking for, what we don't know.

Well, there is no doubts Southern California needs more water, some say this is a little hard to swallow.

Even though, I know that they’ve uh, filtered at 3 times, it just, just kind of creepy.

But many say the benefits just may outweigh the creepiness.

I Think it's about time when we've cycled everything.

Let's do in part to a massive campaign, touting the benefits of less discharged to the sea, and more water for a thirsty Orange County.

Kara Finnstrom for CNN, Orange County.
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Clean-clear water, it is in short supply here in Orange County, so any new source, like this one, is warmly welcome, that as if you can get pass where this water comes from.

That's right, what's now destine to become Orange County's drinking water, started out as the sewer water, brown wasted water from toilets, dish-washes, bathtubs, you name it.

"We've escaped explain from the beginning, this is actually sewer water, this been treated by the sanitation district, and then purified even more by us, till it's really uh, almost distilled water."

To do that, Orange County launched the first of its kind facility, a nearly half billion dollar reclamation plant that can turn 70 million gallons of treated sewage into drinking water every day.

It's gonna become a model for the entire world, uh, Singapore has already built a smaller version of ~ exact plant, and there are several others around United States, that are, that are being planned.

The plant runs sewage that would have been discharged to the sea through a 3-step purification process, first, it has through micro filters to sift out solid matter.

Any solid particle, larger than, 1,300 the size of human hair would remain on the outside.

Then it runs through another filter to remove any viruses or pharmaceuticals, and finally, the water gets a purging bake in high intensity light, breaking down anything, that’s left, the result?

Yeah, what, how does it taste? Taste like distilled water.

How long ago was that sewage? Perhaps about 2 days ago.

Sewer water officials weren't be the only ones tasting it, this water will now mix with ground water, and should run out of Orange County tabs, in as little as 6 month. The water must meet safety standards. One environmental group has reservations about what they called the limits of such tests.

Brings some concerns of, what we're looking for, what we're not looking for, what we don't know.

Well, there is no doubts Southern California needs more water, some say this is a little hard to swallow.

Even though I know that they’ve uh, filtered at 3 times, it’s just, just kind of creepy.

But many say the benefits just may outweigh the creepiness.

I think it's about time when we've cycled everything.

Let's do in part to a massive campaign, touting the benefits of less discharged to the sea, and more water for a thirsty Orange County.

Kara Finnstrom for CNN, Orange County.

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well.there is no doubts southern Califonia ,needs more water,some say this is little hard to swallow.

even though,i know that they’ve uh,filter at 3 times ,it just , just kind of creepy.
but many say the benefits just may out way the creepiness.
think it's about time when we've cycled everything.
Let's do in part to a massive campaign, touting the benefits of less discharged to the sea, and more water for a thirsty Orange County.
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Clean-clear water, it is in short supply here in Orange County, so any new sources, like this one, is warmly welcome, that as if you can get pass where this water comes from.

That's right, what's now destine to become / Orange County's drinking water, started out as the sewer water, brown wasted water from toilets, dish-washes, bathtubs, you name it.

"We've escaped explain from the beginning, this is actually sewer water, this been treated by the sanitation district, and then purified even more by us, till it's really uh, almost distilled water."

To do that, Orange County launched the first of its kind facility, a nearly half billion dollar reclamation plant that can turn 70 million gallons of treated sewage into drinking water every day.

It's gonna become a model for the entire world, uh, Singapore has already built a smaller version of our exact plant, and there are several others around United States, that are, that are being planned.

The plant runs sewage that would have been discharged to the sea through a 3-step purification step, first, it has through micro filters to sift out solid matter.

Any solid particle, larger than, 1,300 the size of human hair would remain on the outside.

Then it runs through another filter to remove any viruses or pharmaceuticals, and finally, the water gets a purging bake in high intensity light, breaking down anything, that’s left, the result?

Yeah, what, how does it taste? Taste like distilled water.

How long ago was that sewage? Perhaps about 2 days ago.

Sewer water officials weren't be the only ones tasting it, this water will now mix with ground water, and should run out of Orange County tabs, in as little as 6 month. The water must meet safety standards. One environmental group has reservations about what they called the limits of such tests.

Brings some concerns of, what we're looking for, what we're not looking for, what we don't know.

Well, there is no doubts Southern California needs more water, some say this is a little hard to swallow.

Even though, I know that they’ve uh, filtered at 3 times, it just, just kind of creepy.

But many say the benefits just may outweigh the creepiness.

I Think it's about time when we've cycled everything.

Let's do in part to a massive campaign, touting the benefits of less discharged to the sea, and more water for a thirsty Orange County.

Kara Finnstrom for CNN, Orange County.
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Clean-clear water, it is in short supply here in Orange County, so any new source, like this one, is warmly welcome, that as if you can get pass where this water comes from.

That's right, what's now destine to become Orange County's drinking water, started out as the sewer water, brown wasted water from toilets, dish-washes, bathtubs, you name it.

"We've escaped explain from the beginning, this is actually sewer water, this been treated by the sanitation district, and then purified even more by us, till it's really uh, almost distilled water."

To do that, Orange County launched the first of its kind facility, a nearly half billion dollar reclamation plant that can turn 70 million gallons of treated sewage into drinking water every day.

It's gonna become a model for the entire world, uh, Singapore has already built a smaller version of exact plant, and there are several others around United States, that are, that are being planned.

The plant runs sewage that would have been discharged to the sea through a 3-step purification process, first, it has through micro filters to sift out solid matter.

Any solid particle, larger than, 1,300 the size of human hair would remain on the outside.

Then it runs through another filter to remove any viruses or pharmaceuticals, and finally, the water gets a purging bake in high intensity light, breaking down anything, that’s left, the result?

Yeah, how does it taste? Taste like distilled water.

How long ago was that sewage? Perhaps about 2 days ago.

Sewer water officials weren't be the only ones tasting it, this water will now mix with ground water, and should run out of Orange County tabs, in as little as 6 month. The water must meet safety standards. One environmental group has reservations about what they called the limits of such tests.

Brings some concerns of, what we're looking for, what we're not looking for, what we don't know.

Well, there is no doubts Southern California needs more water, some say this is a little hard to swallow.

Even though, I know that they've uh, filtered at 3 times, it just, just kind of creepy.

But many say the benefits just may outweigh the creepiness.

I Think it's about time when we've cycled everything.

Let's do in part to a massive campaign, touting the benefits of less discharged to the sea, and more water for a thirsty Orange County.

Kara Finnstrom for CNN, Orange County.
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Clean, clear water, it is in short supply here in Orange County. So any new source like this one is warmly welcome. Let’s guess where this water comes from.

That’s right. What’s now destined to become Orange County’s drinking water started out as sewer water, ground waster water form toilet, dish-washers, banseres, you name it.

We rescue this land from the beginning. This is actually sewer water that been treated about sanitation district and purified even more by us. It is really almost sewer water.

To do that, Orange County launched its first kind facility, a nearly half billion dollar reclamation plan that contains 70 million gallons of treated sewage into drinking water everyday.

That is gonna be a melt entire the world. Singapore has already built a smaller version of our exact that plan and the same level of states would be planned.

The plan runs sewage that would have been discharged to the sea through a three separate purifying process. First, it has three micro-filters to sift out solid maters. Any solid particle, larger than 1300 the size of a human hand would remain on the outside. Then they run through another filter that rule out any viruses or farmer suticles and finally the water gets a purging bake in a higher density lights breaking down anything that left. The result?

How does it taste?
Tast like the stored water.
How long goes that sewage?
About two days ago.

Soon water officials won’t be the only one tasting it. This water pool now makes from ground water and should run out of the Orange County taps in litter less than six months. But water must meet safety standards. What environmental groups pass reservations about what they call the limits of such test?
Bring the concerns about what we are looking for, what we’re now looking for, we don’t know.

But there is no doubt southern California needs more water. Some say this is a little hard to swallow.
Even though I know they have been purified three times. It is just a kind of crimping.
But many say the benefits just may outweigh the crimpingness.
This is about the time when we cycled everything.

That’s still a part of massive campaign telling the benefits of less discharge to the sea and more water for a thirsty Orange County.

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Clean-clear water, it is in short supply here in Orange County, so any new sources, like this one, is warmly welcome, that as if you can get pass where this water comes from.

That's right, what's now destine to become / Orange County's drinking water, started out as the sewer water, brown wasted water from toilets, dish-washes, bathtubs, you name it.

"We've escaped explain from the beginning, this is actually sewer water, this been treated by the sanitation district, and then purified even more by us, till it's really uh, almost distilled water."

To do that, Orange County launched the first of its kind facility, a nearly half billion dollar reclamation plant that can turn 70 million gallons of treated sewage into drinking water every day.

It's gonna become a model for the entire world, uh, Singapore has already built a smaller version of ~ exact plant, and there are several others around United States, that are, that are being planned.

The plant runs sewage that would have been discharged to the sea through a 3-step purification step, first, it has through micro filters to sift out solid matter.

Any solid particle, larger than, 1,300 the size of human hair would remain on the outside.

Then it runs through another filter to remove any viruses or pharmaceuticals, and finally, the water gets a purging bake in high intensity light, breaking down anything, that’s left, the result?

Yeah, what, how does it taste? Taste like distilled water.

How long ago was that sewage? Perhaps about 2 days ago.

Sewer water officials weren't be the only ones tasting it, this water will now mix with ground water, and should run out of Orange County tabs, in as little as 6 month. The water must meet safety standards. One environmental group has reservations about what they called the limits of such tests.

Brings some concerns of, what we're looking for, what we're not looking for, what we don't know.

While there is no doubts Southern California needs more water, some say this is a little hard to swallow.

Even though, I know that they’ve uh, filtered at 3 times, it just, just kind of creepy.

But many say the benefits just may outweigh the creepiness.

I think it's about time when we recycled everything.

Let's do in part to a massive campaign, touting the benefits of less discharged to the sea, and more water for a thirsty Orange County.

Kara Finnstrom for CNN, Orange County.


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Clean-clear water, it is in short supply here in Orange County, so any new sources, like this one warmly welcome, that as if you can get pass where this water comes from.

That's right, what's now destine to become the Orange County's drinking water, started out as the sewer water, brown wasted water from toilets, dish-washes, bathtubs, you name it.

"We've escaped explain from the beginning, this is actually sewer water, this been treated by the sanitation district, and then purified even more by us, till it's really uh, almost distilled water."

To do that, Orange County launched first of its kind facility, a nearly half billion dollar reclamation plant that can turn 70 million gallons of treated sewage into drinking water every day.

It's gonna become a model for the entire world, uh, Singapore has already built a smaller version of ~ exact plant, and they are several others around United States, that are, that are being planned.

The plant runs sewage that would have been discharged to the sea through a 3-step purification step, first, it has through micro filters to sift out solid matter.

Any solid particle, larger than, 1,300 the size of human hair would remain on the outside.

Then it runs through another filter to remove any viruses or pharmaceuticals, and finally, the water gets a purging baker in high intensity light, breaking down anything, that’s left, the result?

Yeah, what, how does it taste? Taste like distilled water.

How long go was that sewage? Perhaps about 2 days ago.

Sewell water officials weren't be the only ones tasting it, this water ~ now makes with ground water, and should run out of Orange County tabs, and it's little as 6 month. The water must meet safety standards. One environmental group has reservations about what they called the limits of such tests.

Brings of concerns of what we're looking for, what we're not looking for, what we don't know.

Well, there is no doubts Southern California needs more water, some say this is a little hard to swallow.

Even though, I know that they’ve uh, filtered at 3 times, it just, just kind of crappy.

But many say the benefits just may out way the crappyness.

Think its about time when we've cycled everything.

Let's do in part to a massive campaign, tilting the benefits of less discharged of the sea, and more water for a thirsty Orange County.

Kara Finnstrom for CNN, Orange County.

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Clean-clear water, it is in short supply here in Orange County, so any new source/, like this one, is warmly welcome, I guess if you can get past where this water comes from.

That's right, what's now destined to become / Orange County's drinking water, started out as the sewer water, brown waste/ water from toilets, dish-washers, bathtubs, you name it.

"We've ex(), explained from the beginning, this is actually sewer water, that's been treated by the sanitation district, and then purified even more by us, till it's really uh, almost distilled water."

To do that, Orange County launched a first-of-its-kind facility, a nearly half billion dollar reclamation plant that can turn 70 million gallons of treated sewage into drinking water every day.

It's gonna become a model for the entire world, uh, Singapore has already built a smaller version of our exact plant, and there are several others around the United States, that are, that are being planned.

The plant runs sewage that would have been discharged to the sea through a 3-step purification step, first, it heads through micro filters to sift out solid matter.

Any solid particle, larger than, 1,300th the size of a human hair would remain on the outside.

Then it runs through another filter to remove any viruses or pharmaceuticals, and finally, the water gets a purging bake in high intensity light, breaking down anything, that’s left, the result?

Yeah, what, how does it taste? Tastes like distilled water.

How long ago was that sewage? Probably about 2 days ago.

Soon water officials won't be the only ones tasting it, this water will now mix with ground water, and should run out of Orange County taps, in as little as 6 month. The water must meet safety standards. One environmental group has reservations about what they call/ the limits of such tests.

Brings up concerns of, what we're looking for, what we're not looking for, what we don't know.

While there is no doubt/ Southern California needs more water, some say this is a little hard to swallow.

Even though, I know that they’ve uh, filtered it 3 times, it's just, just kind of creepy.

But many say the benefits just may outweigh the creepiness.

I think it's about time / we recycled everything.

That's due in part to a massive campaign, touting the benefits of less discharge/ to the sea, and more water for a thirsty Orange County.

Kara Finnstrom for CNN, Orange County.
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Clean-clear water, it is in short supply here in Orange County, so any new sources, like this one, is warmly welcome, that as if you can get pass where this water comes from.

That's right, what's now destine to become / Orange County's drinking water, started out as the sewer water, brown wasted water from toilets, dish-washes, bathtubs, you name it.

"We've escaped explain from the beginning, this is actually sewer water, this been treated by the sanitation district, and then purified even more by us, till it's really uh, almost distilled water."

To do that, Orange County launched the first of its kind facility, a nearly half billion dollar reclamation plant that can turn 70 million gallons of treated sewage into drinking water every day.

It's gonna become a model for the entire world, uh, Singapore has already built a smaller version of ~ exact plant, and there are several others around United States, that are, that are being planned.

The plant runs sewage that would have been discharged to the sea through a 3-step purification process, first, it has through micro filters to sift out solid matter.

Any solid particle, larger than, 1,300 the size of human hair would remain on the outside.

Then it runs through another filter to remove any viruses or pharmaceuticals, and finally, the water gets a purging bake in high intensity light, breaking down anything, that’s left, the result?

Yeah, what, how does it taste? Taste like distilled water.

How long ago was that sewage? Talking about 2 days ago.

Soon water officials won't be the only ones tasting it, this water will now mix with ground water, and should run out of Orange County tabs, in as little as 6 month. The water must meet safety standards. One environmental group has reservations about what they called the limits of such tests.

Brings some concerns of, what we're looking for, what we're not looking for, what we don't know.

While there is no doubts Southern California needs more water, some say this is a little hard to swallow.

Even though, I know that they’ve uh, filtered it 3 times, it just, just kind of creepy.

But many say the benefits just may outweigh the creepiness.

I think it's about time when we recycled everything.

Let's do in part to a massive campaign, touting the benefits of less discharged to the sea, and more water for a thirsty Orange County.

Kara Finnstrom for CNN, Orange County.
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Clean, clear water, it is in short supply here in Orange County, so any new source, like this one, is warmly welcome. That is, if you can get past where this water comes from.

 

That's right, what's now destined to become Orange County's drinking water, started out as the sewer water, brown wastewater from toilets, dishwashers, bathtubs, you name it.

 

"We've explained from the beginning, this is actually sewer water, that's been treated by the sanitation district, and then purified even more by us, till it's really uh, almost distilled water. "

 

To do that, Orange County launched a first of its kind facility, a nearly half billion dollar reclamation plant that can turn 70 million gallons of treated sewage into drinking water every day.

 

It's gonna become a model for the entire world, uh, Singapore has already built a smaller version of our exact plant, and there are several others around the United States, that are, that are being planned.

 

The plant runs sewage that would have been discharged to the sea through a 3-step purification process, first, it heads through micro-filters to sift out solid matter.

 

Any solid particle, larger than, 1/300th the size of a human hair would remain on the outside.

Then it runs through another filter to remove any viruses or pharmaceuticals, and finally, the water gets a purging bake in high intensity light, breaking down anything, that's left, the result?

 

"Yeah" "how does it taste? ","Tastes like distilled water. ""How long ago was that sewage? ""Probably about 2 days ago. "

 

Soon water officials won't be the only ones tasting it, this water will now mix with groundwater, and should run out of Orange County taps, in as little as 6 months. The water must meet safety standards. One environmental group has reservations about what they call the limits of such tests.

 

Brings up concerns of, what we're looking for, what we're not looking for, what we don't know. While there is no doubt Southern California needs more water, some say this is a little hard to swallow. Even though, I know that they've uh, filtered it 3 times, it's just, just kind of creepy. But many say the benefits just may outweigh the creepiness. I think it's about time we recycled everything. That's due in part to a massive campaign, touting the benefits of less discharge to the sea, and more water for a thirsty Orange County.

 

Kara Finnstrom for CNN, Orange County. 

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