The California City Cannabis Company will be constructing a state of the art facility. The site plan has a visual of the project description infrastructure. This facility will reuse 80% of the water needed on site, keeping water use to only 107,930 gallons a year. One greenhouse will be constructed on site with potential future expansion. All drain water from cultivation will be collected in a dedicated dirty tank and then once full go through a series of water cleansing systems. First, the water will be scrubbed with a charcoal/cloth filter system, then run through a UV cleanser system, which will kill all water-born diseases or microbial, then sent back to the Clean Tank to be used in cultivation. The dehumidifiers will collect the humid condensed air at nighttime and dump that water into the dirty tank to be used again in cultivation.
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