Get a rare look into the Los Angeles Aqueduct as city plans water recycling

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As our special Earth Day edition of TODAY Goes Green continues, NBC’s Jacob Soboroff shares a rare look inside the Los Angeles Aqueduct, through which hundreds of billions of gallons of water travel each year. Now the city has an ambitious plan to reduce its dependence on imported water using recycled bathroom water.

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