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Where Does Recycled Water Come From?

Generally, Recycled Water refers to highly treated domestic Wastewater.  When we flush toilets, take showers, wash dishes or run dish washers, wastewater is created.  A large portion of this wastewater is made up of pure water.  Through advanced wastewater treatment activities, the pure water is separated from waste material, disinfected and made available for reuse in landscape irrigation, industrial non-potable, or in some areas, for the recharge of groundwater aquifers. , Other non-potable sources like storm water runoff and industrial waste could be treated for reuse in a similar way.

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