CCMA's regional reclaimed water program, which began in 1998, provides customers with water for year around irrigation, reducing dependency on the local water supply while maintaining aesthetic landscaping. Recycled water is most commonly used for non-potable (not for drinking) purposes, such as agriculture, landscape, public parks, and golf course irrigation.
Other non-potable applications include cooling water for power plants and oil refineries, industrial processes, dust control, construction activities, concrete mixing, and artificial lakes. Benefits of using reclaimed water:
These users reduce the requirement to pump potable water by 189 million gallons in 2012.
Please Contact Brandon Bradley, Capital Project Specialist with CCMA, for
inquiries on Reclaimed Water.