To make the water reclamation process easier, then, we’ve come up with this list of reclaimed water best practices and standards that you should definitely follow:
- Reclaimed water is most often used in agriculture irrigation (46% of the time), landscape irrigation (21% of the time), and groundwater recharge (9% of the time).
- There are many state and Federal regulations with regards to reclaimed water.
For state regulations, contact your local district.
For Federal regulations, refer to the EPA website.
- Bear in mind, as well, that reclaimed water will periodically come under monitoring by the state you live in, be it on a quarterly, monthly, weekly, daily, or continuous basis.
The frequency of monitoring will depend on the state you live in, the severity of the drought, and the method of use of the reclaimed water.
- While reclaimed water is often treated well enough to be approved for landscape irrigation, with no issues of disease or anything of the sort, reclaimed water does have a higher salt level than non-reclaimed water.
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