NJ to Use Treated Wastewater

by NBC10/AP | Feb 2, 2005
NJ to Use Treated Wastewater Wastewater is getting a second lease on life in New Jersey.

The state has approved $35 million worth of projects that would use treated wastewater to water lawns at Atlantic City casinos and golf courses and flush toilets at Island Beach and Wawayanda State Parks.

Water is usually used once, treated at sewage plants and pumped out to sea. But officials began to consider recycling after the drought in 2002.

Water saved thanks to recycling can be used to support new housing.

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Author: NBC10/AP


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