While companies in the Great Lakes region and other parts of middle America long counted on water being cheap and plentiful, they now realize they must conserve because finding new water sources is difficult and expensive — if it can be done at all.from Drought, water scare gets attention of agribusiness giant ADM
"You've got to plan for the worst, and be prepared for that," said Brad Crookshank, the wastewater superintendent for ADM's corn processing plant in Decatur. "There's not a lot of low-hanging fruit for additional water supplies."
But they're probably considering the addition of ethanol-fired distillers for the bodily fluids of useless eaters in their Soylent Green factories. "NAWAPA? Never heard of it."