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How Can Recycled Water Benefit Us?

Water is a precious resource and the Beaumont Cherry Valley Water District (District) works tirelessly to manage local water sources in a responsible manner.  The District currently operates a non-potable water system that has the ability to deliver filtered surface water, untreated ground water, domestic drinking water and recycled water as a blended source to many of our customers, for landscape irrigation use.  Recycled Water is a valuable addition to the Districts non-potable water supply portfolio and is critical for sustainable management of our long-term water supplies.  Because Recycled Water is highly treated wastewater, it is a source of supply that is not directly impacted by drought conditions.  Using Recycled Water to irrigate parks,  green belts (common areas), schools, commercial properties and golf courses, conserves potable drinking water for domestic use.  Maximizing the use of local resources, like Recycled Water, reduces the District’s dependence on imported water supplies.

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