Arizona professor recommends water harvesting for state

01/12/2009 | Tucson Citizen (Ariz.)

A University of Arizona professor recommends water harvesting to solve the arid state's water woes. "If you use the water that falls on your property and roof for irrigating, we can save a lot of the groundwater we are pumping," said James J. Riley, associate professor of soil, water and environmental science. Other alternatives the state may consider include turning treated sewage into potable water.

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