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Bay Area's Old, Leaky Pipes Waste Billions of Gallons of Water

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The Bay Area loses about 23 billion gallons of water a year because of old, leaky water pipes. That’s enough to supply more than 70,000 families for a year. It’s an enormous waste in a time of drought, and the aging infrastructure is vulnerable to natural disaster. After this week’s …Read More

Source: Forum – Science

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