There are ways to reuse wastewater from wineries
Making wine requires water beyond what it takes to grow grapes: There are bottles to wash, barrels to scrub and floors to clean. But what if the water left over from all that cleaning was treated and reused to irrigate vineyards? It sounds like a promising practice, the University of California, Davis, said, but would it hurt the vines, the soil or even the wine?
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