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The USBR funding will go toward new and upgrade water reuse projects

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Projected water use by copper mines in Chile

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The proposed desalination plant will be set back from the bay by two kilometres

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St John's County is part of Jacksonville Metropolitan Area, Florida

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The contract includes managing recycled water across Los Angeles County, US

Tetra Tech bags $60 million LA contract

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