Recycled water

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Recycled water

Treated sewage that undergoes additional, advanced treatment to make it safe for certain uses such as landscape irrigation.
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Legislative findings serve as the predicate for Florida's wastewater reuse programs and indicate encouragement and promotion of reuse of reclaimed water is a state objective and use of treated reclaimed water is environmentally acceptable.
The project will connect to the Capitol Complex Reclaimed Water Main project currently under construction in Austin.
The apartment community is using the reclaimed water to irrigate its exterior landscaping.
Saif Ali Salim Al Khamisi, who did his PhD at SQU's College of Agricultural & Marine Sciences, has pointed out in his study that maximum use of recycled water would also reduce the disposal of reclaimed water into the sea and minimise the stress on groundwater zones in the country.
Muscat: A study on maximising the use of reclaimed water or tertiary-treated wastewater for farming seasonal crops such as wheat, maize and cowpea in the Al Batinah region of the Sultanate shows that this practice will prevent the disposal of reclaimed water into the sea and minimise the stress on groundwater zones in the country.
This project will utilise conventional, culture-based and state of the art molecular procedures to understand reclaimed water quality and establish its relationship with Legionella occurrence and inactivation, including Legionella pneumophila, the species responsible for both the severe (Legionnaire's disease) or the self-limiting mild (Pontiac fever) forms of human disease.
My inner 10-year-old agreed, but the more I learned about reclaimed water, the less sure I was.
That park contains College Station's largest irrigation system, and the city's water services department plan to introduce reclaimed water into more parks, according to Jennifer Nations, College Station's water resource coordinator.
The project enables the farmers to irrigate their fields with reclaimed water from Middletown instead of using pumped ground water.
It offers information on planning and designing dual distribution systems that can accommodate, but keep separate, potable water and properly treated but non-potable reclaimed water for applications that do not require potable-quality water.
Since September 2006, the two researchers have collected soil and water samples from a municipal park that is being irrigated with reclaimed water.
Administrators at the University of Idaho began watering campus golf courses with reclaimed water (i.