In the bowels of a gleaming condo in San Francisco’s Mission Street, sandwiched among tech-based giants Twitter and Uber, lies an archetype of the future of big cities in water-scarce California.
Here, in the basement of the 39-storey Fifteen Fifty, is a plant that recycles almost all the water used in the 550-unit mixed-use building.
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