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California Water Stress

After years of drought, California now faces other forms of water stress including stormwater overflow and groundwater supply issues.
California stands at the leading forefront of U.S. water and wastewater strategies because of its sheer scale, rising population’s demand for water, and drought. Acute stress over the last five years is driving a shift in water that includes advanced technology solutions such as potable reuse and decentralized water infrastructure as service models that are expected to be replicated across the US, and globally.
Reese Tisdale, President Bluefield Research
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