California, which ranks No. 1 for both total and per capita water consumption, has been a leader in the fight against water pollution, particularly in Southern California.
The state is the birthplace of the bottled water movement, which has grown to include purifying and replacing thousands of gallons of water per day.
That includes water that is being pumped from the Animas Reservoir.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says that by 2020, California will need to replace its entire aquifer with clean water.
The state has also been working on a long-term plan to replace the state’s water supply.
According to the U.N. Office on Drugs and Crime, water is a key source of illegal drugs in the United States, accounting for 40 percent of all drug-related arrests.
That has led to more than 6,000 deaths, the ODC says.
In addition to water, Californians are also forced to deal with the effects of the drought, which led to the deaths of more than 5,000 people and a record drought.
Gavin Newsom has also announced an unprecedented drought emergency that has forced people to take to the streets to protest the drought.
The governor said at a news conference on Wednesday that people are not going to be able to drink or use water during the emergency unless they have a permit.
California is one of the top three states for water use per capita.
It is also the second-highest in the nation for the number of people per capita using water.
According a study from the University of Arizona, California ranks No .1 in the country for per capita per capita use of water.
And the state is also among the top 10 in terms of the amount of water used per capita for all people in the U-20 countries.