New water treatment technology could help recycle even super salty waters

As climate change flames a megadrought in the U.S. Southwest, the country is hitting some worrisome records. The water level of Lake Mead, which provides water for millions of people, is hovering near its lowest ever. And in some places, the shrinking Colorado River, which irrigates about 5 million acres of farmland and quenches the thirst of over 40 million people, is just desert and dust.

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