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Does Recycled Water Help With Conservation?

Beaumont Cherry Valley Water District (District) relies, for the most part, on an underground aquifer called the Beaumont Basin to supply Domestic Potable Water to our customers.  The use of Recycled Water is critical for sustainable management of the Beaumont Basin aquifer and long term regional water supplies.  Recycled Water is a virtually drought proof source of local water supply and provides the District an opportunity to conserve groundwater supplies by reducing groundwater pumping necessary to supply the irrigation activities at parks, green belts (common areas), schools, commercial properties and golf courses. By simply using Recycled Water for these irrigation activities the District will provide for significant conservation of Domestic Water supplies.

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