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NORTH ADELAIDE, SA, AUSTRALIA - FEBRUARY 28: Farm workers harvest spinach grown with recycled sewage water from the Bolivar DAFF (Dissolved Air Floatation Filtration) treatment plant February 28, 2008 in North Adelaide, South Australia, Australia. The plant takes treated sewage water and conditions it into class A water; clean enough to use for watering food crops. Bolivar serves the Virginia Irrigation Scheme, which is made up of 300 growers who all purchase their water from the treatment plant. Unlike most growers in the Murray-Darling Basin, these farmers have their full water allocations. (Photo by Amy Toensing/ Reportage by Getty Images). _________________________________

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NORTH ADELAIDE, SA, AUSTRALIA - FEBRUARY 28: Farm workers harvest spinach grown with recycled sewage water from the Bolivar DAFF (Dissolved Air Floatation Filtration) treatment plant February 28, 2008 in North Adelaide, South Australia, Australia. The plant takes treated sewage water and conditions it into class A water; clean enough to use for watering food crops. Bolivar serves the Virginia Irrigation Scheme, which is made up of 300 growers who all purchase their water from the treatment plant. Unlike most growers in the Murray-Darling Basin, these farmers have their full water allocations. (Photo by Amy Toensing/ Reportage by Getty Images). _________________________________<br />
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