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Los Angeles County Aims for Water Self-Sufficiency by 2045

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Los Angeles County Aims for Water Self-Sufficiency by 2045

In a bold move towards water self-sufficiency, Los Angeles County leaders have adopted a comprehensive plan that aims to collect billions more gallons of water from local sources by 2045. Currently, the county imports nearly two-thirds of its water from distant sources. The new plan seeks to dramatically shift this reliance, aiming to acquire 80% of the county's water needs from local sources within the next two decades.

The plan prioritizes the collection and treatment of water from local sources, such as storm water runoff and wastewater reclamation. This approach aims to reduce dependence on imported water. . .

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