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    Dana NicholsApr 8, 2019 at 11:28 am

    Regarding Richard Reed’s comments on water quality of recycled water … “But most people who are interested in water quality don’t want it in the river because it has enough contaminants that it’s not really good for the environment. So dumping it on our landscape and letting it evaporate is, in many ways, the best thing that could happen to it.”

    Actually, the SAWS recycled water IMPROVES water quality in the river where it is discharged. So it is a huge benefit to the river all the way to the bays and estuaries. Trinity could cut back significantly on its recycled water use. So much of the landscape is established and there are deep soils in the area and run-off from overspray in the street is often seen and reported.

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