Soda Springs Mountain Resort this winter will be the first in California to use recycled wastewater for its snowmaking system. The water will come from a nearby Donner Summit Public Utility District treatment plant. Last March, ski lift chairs sat idle at Soda Springs after warm winter weather sped the closure of Tahoe-area ski resorts.
Soda Springs Mountain Resort this winter will be the first in California to use recycled wastewater for its snowmaking system. The water will come from a nearby Donner Summit Public Utility District treatment plant. Last March, ski lift chairs sat idle at Soda Springs after warm winter weather sped the closure of Tahoe-area ski resorts. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
Soda Springs Mountain Resort this winter will be the first in California to use recycled wastewater for its snowmaking system. The water will come from a nearby Donner Summit Public Utility District treatment plant. Last March, ski lift chairs sat idle at Soda Springs after warm winter weather sped the closure of Tahoe-area ski resorts. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com

Don’t eat this snow: Sierra resort to use recycled water on slopes

November 23, 2015 05:34 PM

UPDATED November 24, 2015 07:17 AM

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