California Turns to the Ocean for Drinking Water

SANTA BARBARA, Calif.—California’s four-year drought is putting a new spotlight on a plentiful but costly water alternative: ocean water, minus the salt.

This Southern California beach city may spend up to $40 million to update and reactivate a desalination plant it mothballed after another drought ended about 24 years ago.

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