Stuff I wrote elsewhere: wastewater reuse

My search for folks working the solution space alights on the growing enthusiasm in New Mexico for wastewater reuse:

In other states, especially water-short Arizona and Southern California, cleaning up sewage and reusing it in new and creative ways is becoming common. And in less obvious ways, by returning sewage effluent to New Mexico’s rivers, or using it to water our golf courses, for example, reuse has long been common in New Mexico.

But Rio Rancho’s experiment, about to get under way beneath a nondescript cinder-block building above the city’s Loma Colorado neighborhood, is a step toward what could be a New Mexico first.