The new Apple Spaceship Campus will use recycled water as part of a new $17.5 million project which has been approved by the Santa Clara Valley Water District board.
Apple will contribute $4.8 million to the costs of developing the new 13,300 feet pipeline although the company will only use around 3 percent of the pipeline’s capacity.
The new pipeline will be used to help California residents during times of drought and it will provide recycled water to Cupertino and also the new Apple Spaceship Campus.
Construction of the new recycled water pipeline will commence in August and it will be ready for usage by October of 2016, Apple are also expected to finish construction of their new campus in 2016.
The new Apple campus will have room for more than 12,000 employees and will feature an underground car park which can store up to 2,400 cars.
Source Cult of MacFiled Under: Apple, Technology News