In Brief: Could Mexico’s Tijuana River boost Western U.S. water supplies?

According to Voice of San Diego, none of the Tijuana River water crossing from Tijuana to San Diego is captured for reuse because it’s considered polluted by sewage spills on the Mexican side. If the water were successfully recycled, it could prove to be valuable as the Southwest continues to face challenges due to climate change. But international treaties and U.S. water laws make its potential reuse a complicated process.

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