It bears repeating that the commission felt the water challenges we face now and will face in the future are different than those of the past; therefore, it is time for a departure from the solutions of the past. Today’s water problems are more complex and require smarter approaches and more resources to address them. More - http://www.nh.gov/water-sustainability/publications/documents/wsc-final-report.pdfCLICK TO VIEW THE SOURCE MATERIAL
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