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California Voters Could Convert Toilet To Tap Water Next Week

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The California State Water Resources Control Board is considering a landmark regulation allowing the conversion of sewage water into drinking water, a process known as “toilet to tap.”

This initiative aims to address water scarcity and climate change.

If approved, the plan would involve treating wastewater at a higher level and reintroducing it into the main water supply. (Trending: Democrat Excludes White People From Holiday Party In Controversial Email)

While this method is used in other parts of the world, concerns about water contamination have been raised.

“This is disgusting. This is gross. But knowing California, Gavin Newsom will find a way to spin this into the positive,” Fox News’ Jimmy Failla said.

“‘California has the best tap water! And the number two!'”

“Liberals will be like, ‘That’s amazing,’ and Republicans will throw up because we get what they are doing here,” he added.

If the regulation passes, construction is expected to begin in 2025 with water delivery starting by 2032.

There has been extensive public debate surrounding the initiative, with some expressing disgust and others seeing it as a positive step.

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