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The Reno/Tahoe area is home to important wetlands. They act as a natural filter to remove solids from the water treatment plants. The roots of plants absorb nutrients from the water and filter it naturally. Over 75% of species found in the Great Basin are found in wetlands. The city's development is threatening to destroy the area's wetlands. Developers build on top of the wetlands and fill them with soil, which destroys the habitat for animals and plants. Washoe County has developed a mitigation plan to help protect these ecosystems. Developers who try to build on top of a wetland will in the future be responsible for creating a new wetland nearby Washoe Lake.
Reno's main source of drinking water is the Truckee River. It supplies Reno with 80,000,000 U.S. Gallons of water daily in summer and 40,000,000 U.S. Gallons per day in winter. The water must first be treated at one of the two water treatment plants in the area: Chalk Bluff Water Treatment Plant or Glendale Water Treatment Plant before it can reach the homes. The Reno golf courses have switched to treating effluent water over water from Reno's water treatment plants in an effort to save water.