It can be, if it’s properly filtered. Several regions of the country recycle sewage into clean drinking water. Orange County, in California, has the most extensive water treatment facility that supplies 70 million gallons of recycled drinking water per day. While most people are repulsed by the thought of drinking water that was once sewage, the fact is that all water has likely been sewage at one point. After all, water has been around for a long time, and it’s unlikely that any of it has avoided contact with poop or other undrinkable materials. Treatment facilities essentially just speed up the purification process.
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