That water flushed down the toilet could eventually wind up irrigating almond orchards on the west side of California's Central Valley.

Under a plan approved by the Modesto City Countil, that city would join nearby Ceres, Turlock and Stanislaus County in a plan to sell treated wastewater to farmers for irrigation.

The plan would generate revenue for cash-strapped cities while providing much-needed irrigation water to farmers.

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