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Expert panel affirms safety of Flagstaff's reclaimed wastewater

Expert panel affirms safety of Flagstaff's reclaimed wastewater

Scientists haven’t found any evidence that suggests the city of Flagstaff’s use of reclaimed wastewater puts human health at undue risk.
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