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Episode 378: Can wastewater recycling help solve Arizona’s water issues?

Recycling wastewater has proven successful in places as diverse as the International Space Station and Disneyland.

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Episode 378: Can wastewater recycling help solve Arizona’s water issues?

This episode is supported by the The Research Corporation for Science Advancement.
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Recycling wastewater has proven successful in places as diverse as the International Space Station and Disneyland. But can we do it in our own homes? University of Arizona environmental engineering professor Andrea Achilli explains how a decentralized water recycling system could provide clean drinking water for residents.

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