How does water become “reclaimed water”?



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    Reclaimed water, sometimes called recycled water, is former wastewater (sewage) that has been treated to remove solids and certain impurities, and then allowed to recharge the aquifer rather than being discharged to surface water. This recharging is often done by using the treated wastewater for irrigation. In most locations, it is only intended to be used for nonpotable uses, such as irrigation, dust control, and fire suppression.

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    Reclaimed water is a nice way to say treated sewage water. This water is often used for irrigating plants in cities. My college uses reclaimed water to water its grass and trees.

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