Running On Empty: OC Water District’s Mehul Patel
July 31, 2014 5:00 AM
Ed Mertz has been at KFWB since March of 2000 and began reporting for...Read More
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(KNX 1070) — In Orange County, they’re turning sewer water into drinking water. Ed Mertz talked with Mehul Patel, groundwater replenishment system program manager with the Orange County Water District.