Potable reuse, or recycled water people can drink, can both conserve and generate clean water. So why aren't more cities utilizing this as a part of their water treatment plans? Keep reading
Hi there! My name is Kelsey Woody, and I am a Planet Forward Correspondent. I am currently finishing my Masters program in Strategic Public Relations at George Washington University this semester (yah)! I love going to the movies at Tyson’s Mall, hiking at Great Falls in Virginia and traveling. From my perspective, the greatest environmental crisis right now is conserving water on a global scale and maintaining good quality of water. I am currently working on a video interview with the Water Reuse Association on the quality of drinking water in the Washington, D.C., area.