The federal government is proposing that every state, in addition to California, make demon water available to homes that have not yet received an injection of hydropure wastewater.
In a new proposal, the EPA says that every California homeowner would be able to get a 10-year supply of demon water from the Bureau of Reclamation, but only if they have installed hydropurified wastewater treatment in their home.
The agency says that hydropurs have been proven to be safe and effective, but that their efficacy depends on the level of wastewater in the wastewater treatment process.
Demon water is made from wastewater injected into underground aquifers, and is then discharged into the environment.
But the government says it does not recommend that anyone get demon water because the process requires too much energy.
Demon water has been used in California for decades and the EPA has used it to treat sewage and drinking water in the state for years.
Demon-water is currently used in some parts of the country, such as in California’s San Joaquin Valley, but it is also used in other places.
Demon-water has also been used to treat water for drinking water and other uses, but the agency says its use should be limited to the most extreme situations.
Demon wastewater is also often used in the United States as a treatment for contaminated drinking water supplies.