Thursday, April 16, 2015


Inside Higher Ed has a piece on water saving measures undertaken at California universities including UCLA:

The University of California at Los Angeles is finishing up one of its largest water-related projects, a new filtration system that's estimated to save 17.3 million gallons a year. The enhanced water-cleaning system was created a few years ago by professors at the UCLA Water Technology Research Center, so it advanced not only research but also institutional goals to reduce water consumption...

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