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New Law Lets Counties Take Big Steps for Water Recycling and Recharge

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Big news for water lovers! A brand-new law, called House Bill 2438, got its seal of approval on Thursday at the Governor's Office. This new law gives counties the power to team up and do something amazing: recycle and reuse water, plus make sure our underground water tanks get refilled properly.

So, what's the fuss about? Well, this law lets the bosses of each county, called "supervisors," jump into action when it comes to water recycling and using it again. You know, like when you save a plastic bottle to use again later? It's the same idea, but with water! This is a big deal because it helps us not waste water and take better care of our environment.

The law also helps with something called "wastewater recharge projects." Think of it as giving a boost to the water hiding underground. The supervisors can team up with others and make plans to refill the underground water supplies, like filling up a water tank for later. They also get the green light to build things that will make all of this happen, like pipes and machines.

Governor Hobbs, who made this law official, said something important: We're all in this water-saving team together. She's excited that each county can now join in and make water-saving plans. This way, we're not just talking about saving water, but we're actually doing something about it!

Supervisor Stephen Miller, who knows a lot about water stuff, said this law is like a superhero for water. It's a way for all of us to help, no matter which group we belong to. Water doesn't belong to any special group – it's for everyone. This law is a big step forward and shows how we can solve problems when we all work together, no matter our differences.

With this new law, Pinal County, where we live, is getting ready to do some amazing things for water. This law is like a key that opens a door to a better water future. It's an example of how simple ideas, when we all join hands, can make a big difference for our community.

So, get ready to hear more about recycling water and making sure our underground water stays full. With House Bill 2438, we're taking strong steps towards using water wisely and keeping it for everyone, now and in the future.
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