California is one of the main states building water recycling plants, and currently has built about 250 plans that are currently operating within the state. “According to the California Department of Water Resources, the state recycles anywhere from 450,000 acre-feet to 580,000 acre-feet of wastewater annually, which is almost three times the amount recycled in 1970.About two-thirds of the state’s recycled water is used for irrigation, with about 46% used for agriculture and another 21% used for landscaping. About 14% is used for groundwater recharge, while 19% goes to all other uses.”
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