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Drinking water in LA2001-11-21 10:15:42 by hmanl23
Los Angeles officials want to turn wastewater into drinking water
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April 17, 2000
Web posted at: 10:57 p.m. EDT (0257 GMT)
LOS ANGELES -- Water that was once flushed down the toilet may one day flow from the kitchen faucets of some Los Angeles area homes, as one answer to the area's perenni...t be called the 'ugh' factor.
'I mean I keep a pretty clean toilet, but you know still it's pretty disgusting,' said one man.
Similar reactions prompted San Diego authorities to drop their toilet to tap proposal.
And while one woman thinks the plan will be good for Los Angeles, she acknowledged, 'I get bottled water, I don't drink the water that comes out of the tap anyway.'
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