Water recycling is reusing treated wastewater for beneficial
purposes such as agricultural and landscape irrigation, industrial
processes, toilet flushing, and replenishing a ground water
basin (referred to as ground water recharge). Water is sometimes
recycled and reused onsite; for example, when an industrial
facility recycles water used for cooling processes. A common
type of recycled water is water that has been reclaimed from
municipal wastewater, or sewage. The term water recycling is
generally used synonymously with water reclamation and water
Water recycling has proven to be effective and successful in
creating a new and reliable water supply, while not compromising
public health. Nonpotable reuse is a widely accepted practice
that will continue to grow.
As water demands and environmental needs grow, water recycling
will play a greater role in our overall water supply. By working
together to overcome obstacles, water recycling, along with
water conservation, can help us to conserve and sustainably
manage our vital water resources.
Concepts offers water audit services to identify water use patterns
& conservation options. Turnkey systems to efficiently treat
& recycle waste water is offered with appropriate technology
& ownership cost options.