To drain the reservoir, it will cost $100,000 which will have to be passed on to public.
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I couldn't believe this when I read the news story. Obviously the local wildlife urinate and defecate in and near this water. Draining the lake seems to be a poor decision in my opinion.
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We shouldn't, maybe the company that sends that water out to the public is being cheap and not filtering it correctly.
Yes it is of course a poor idea. A big water body can never be pure. What if it happens again? Would they drain it once more?
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