A pipe, painted purple to denote it carries recycled water, rises at a new home in the Serrano subdivision in El Dorado Hills.
A pipe, painted purple to denote it carries recycled water, rises at a new home in the Serrano subdivision in El Dorado Hills. The Sacramento Bee
A pipe, painted purple to denote it carries recycled water, rises at a new home in the Serrano subdivision in El Dorado Hills. The Sacramento Bee

California looking to recycled water to ease drought concerns

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