Tapping into Water Shortage Solution

Wade,-Beth (2000). Tapping into water shortage solution. American City and County , 115, 8, 45-48, 54-58.

The writer reviews the various approaches cities are taking to deal with water shortages. Changes in climate and expanding urban populations are some of the causes of the droughts affecting urban areas. Conservation, either voluntary or mandatory, is generally the first line of action against water shortage. Recycling water, upgrading plumbing, and identifying new sources are among the other approaches taken by cities to address their water problems.

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