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Expeditionary combat outpost conserves resources

A water meter on the shower water reuse system shows the amount of water reclaimed over the course of three weeks by the expeditionary combat outpost at White Sands Missile Range, N.M., May 20, 2013. “The system over a three week period has reclaimed 3,300 gallons of water that normally would be sent out to a gray water or black water system that would not be used again,” according to Nicholas Kalinowski, an electrical engineer with the Army Materiel Systems Analysis Activity.



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This work, Expeditionary combat outpost conserves resources [Image 1 of 8], by SGT Janelle Dean, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:05.20.2013

Date Posted:06.03.2013 15:20

Photo ID:945695

VIRIN:130520-A-AU195-553

Resolution:3216x2136

Size:2.66 MB

Location:WHITE SANDS MISSILE RANGE, NM, USGlobe

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