Parched Texas Town Turns To Sewage Water To Keep City Flush With Water

"When the going got tough due one of with worst droughts in a century, the parched Texas city of Wichita Falls got going with its program to recycle sewage water for drinking.

The city this month opened the spigots on a $13 million system that mixes 5 million gallons a day of treated waste water with area lake water to keep drinking water flowing for its 105,000 residents.

Convincing them to drink it is another matter."

Marice Richter reports for Reuters July 23, 2014.

Wednesday, July 23, 2014