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San Diego IPR Coalition sends message to City Council in support of water reuse project continuation

Posted by George J Janczyn on July 24, 2010

This is a letter sent to the San Diego City Council in support of an advanced water treatment plant needed for the Water Purification Demonstration Project approved years ago but threatened by Councilmembers who would like to see the project killed. A vote on the plant is scheduled for the July 27, 2010 meeting of the San Diego City Council.

The Indirect Potable Reuse Coalition (IPR Coalition) was formed in late 2009 to perform public outreach and advocacy for the Indirect Potable Reuse process (to purify reclaimed water) as a component of San Diego’s drinking water supply.

 

One Response to “San Diego IPR Coalition sends message to City Council in support of water reuse project continuation”

  1. jeanne davies said

    Do it

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