Recycled Water

Some articles on water, recycled water:

South East Water (Australia) - South East Water Manages Over
... 23,000 kilometres of pipeline 80 water pump stations 255 sewage pump stations $3 billion of infrastructure and assets South East Water is one of Melbourne’s three retail water businesses ... As well as supplying recycled water produced from its own plants, South East Water is a major supplier of recycled water from the Eastern Treatment Plant ... South East Water manages the following recycled water schemes South East outfall customers Domestic dual pipe schemes in the Cranbourne area ...
Wivenhoe Dam - Recycled Water
... In 2006, emergency plans for placing fully treated recycled water from the Western Corridor Recycled Water Scheme into the dam to supplement supply were made public ... Sixty million litres of recycled water was to be pumped into the dam by early 2009 ... Increasing rainfall from 2008 and a public outcry over water quality issues resulted in the plan for recycled water to enter the region's drinking water supply to be cancelled ...
Denver Water - Plan For The Future
... Today, Denver Water harvests 234,000 acre feet (289,000,000 m3) of water a year, which is about one-third of the state's treated water supply ... Denver Water uses 2 percent of all water (treated and untreated) in Colorado (265,000 acre feet (327,000,000 m3) per year) ... Denver Water also no longer relies on only one option – building new reservoirs – to ensure customers always have the water they need ...

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