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FedEx truck crosses into oncoming traffic, crashes near Willows CHP Officers said a discover more big rig driver drove into oncoming traffic, then crashed into a ditch along Interstate 5 near Willows early Wednesday morning. Posted By: Deb Anderaos and Jafet Serrato WILLOWS, Calif. – CHP Officers said a big rig driver drove into oncoming traffic, then crashed into a ditch along Interstate 5 near Willows early Wednesday morning. Officers told Action News Now around 7 a.m. the driver of a FedEx truck was headed north on the highway, drifted over, went through the bushes, got into the southbound lanes, and then overturned onto a field near County Road 39. The crash left fuel leaking out onto the field. “It appears right now that everything is over on the other side end of the field,” said Officer K. Baxter. “They are going to be cleaning the soil up there to manage that and get that out of there.

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This is evident from research by the universities of Amsterdam and Utrecht and KWR Water. These types of systems make use of wastewater that is purified by the soil. At present, 70% of the world’s fresh water is used in agricultural irrigation. This contributes enormously to the worldwide shortage of fresh water. Underground irrigation technology can reduce the amount of water used by this sector. Water usage is particularly problematic during dry seasons. More water is needed for irrigation than what is actually available. During these seasons, water is used from streams, ditches, and lakes where sewage treatment plants discharge water into. Dominique Narain-Ford, the main author of the study: “This wastewater degrades the quality of the world’s limited fresh water supplies.

https://innovationorigins.com/underground-irrigation-system-reduces-water-consumption-by-a-quarter/