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How many of the 10,000 new plants will be able to do it?

10,027 million gallons of water a day will be used to wash cars, buses and other vehicles across the United States.

About 1.7 billion gallons will be poured on lawns, lawns and gardens, which will create enough rain to fill two Olympic-size swimming pools, the Environmental Protection Agency reported. 

The agency estimated the amount of rain that will be diverted to these plants will increase about 3% a year over what would be normal. 

So far, more than 100,000 acres have been planted, according to the EPA.

The plants that will benefit are the two plants with the biggest potential to improve water quality: Crossfields Water Purifiers and Rmg Water Purifier.

The EPA says that these two water purification systems will be up and running by 2020, while the rest of the plants will continue to be put up and operated at the end of 2019.

The Crossfields plant will provide an annual catch-up to the Crossfields Water purifier system, which has been in operation since 2011.

The plant is expected to provide about 60 million gallons per day, about 10% of the water consumed by the entire United States, according the EPA, and that is enough to replace the 1.4 billion gallons that were spilled during Hurricane Harvey in Texas.

In addition to helping reduce water consumption, the Crossfield Water Purification system will help water conservation by preventing water from reaching the land surface, which contributes to soil erosion, according its website.

The Rmg system will remove salt, pollutants and other contaminants from water that flows through the ground.

This will also help reduce stormwater runoff, according a video of the Rmg plant.

According to the RMG website, the Rpg water purifies approximately 60% of municipal wastewater, 20% of water used by farmers, and 20% that is discharged into streams and lakes.

The company estimates that this water will help reduce water demand by 2.3 million gallons a day by 2020.

Crossfield Water purifiers are expected to start in 2019.

By 2020, the EPA expects to be able use about 3.7 million gallons more than the amount needed to meet demand, according Rmg’s website.