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NEW YORK CITY-Water efficiency will become a requirement citywide under bills passed by the City Council on Wednesday. One, which will ban the use of drinking water for so-called “once through” cooling systems, takes effect this coming January and applies to new construction as well as replacement cooling systems in commercial buildings.


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