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not contented back in there perfectly air Sandiego residents soon will be drinking water from the CPU that will happen courtesy of a giant billion dollar water purification machine that had sparked both full and controversy in drought stricken California Reuters reporter Peter Henderson about the middle of the year , place and what they basically said it is first of all when you're polling and water to get desalinated you should be about putting character well deep underneath there the sea floor so that way you don't second , secondly when you put the the brain that is the water where you take out some fresh water with leftist Brian I'm that Brian should not be too salty alright in it should be kind of dispersed in a way again you don't have this enormous pool of %HESITATION water that fish can't let them , France is the largest in North America and this week began turning salt water into tap water through a process called reverse osmosis it'll supply water to four hundred thousand residents about ten percent of San Diego's water needs for the next thirty years and it acclimated residents may play in additional five dollars a month on their water bill to offset the cost , my developer Poseidon defended what is the cost if you don't have enough water , supply down to the point where you're you're cutting back business production if you're , losing , investment property that those are those are things you'll never recover from desalination plants have a spotty record in the U. S. and a much smaller one encounter Barbara got mothballed after a trial run in nineteen ninety two although the city is taking steps now to reactivate that one as well