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Americans start drinking sewer water as droughts take toll nationwide

by J. D. Heyes, Natural News:

There is a saying that goes, “Desperate times call for desperate measures,” and clearly, city officials in one drought-stricken Texas town are getting desperate.

According to the CBS News affiliate in Dallas-Fort Worth, one North Texas community may serve up recycled sewer water to residents because of prolonged dry conditions in the region:

Wichita Falls is two hours outside of Dallas. Three years ago 88-percent of Texas was under exceptional drought conditions — that’s the worst classification of drought. Today there are just two small areas that still have that designation and the city of Wichita Falls is in one of them.

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