Briefly: Chief of California water agency says future supplies will come from existing supplies

The Los Angeles Times reports that the chief of the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California says the region will eventually need a fourth major new water supply, or aqueduct, but it won’t be one that brings water from other regions. Instead it will be a series of efforts creating more water by recycling wastewater, capturing stormwater, cleaning up contaminated groundwater and building new infrastructure that allows water to be transported and stored more easily.

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