Recycled water definition

Recycled water or “reclaimed water” means treated or recycled waste water of a quality suitable for non-potable uses such as landscape irrigation and water features. This water is not intended for human consumption.
Recycled water means water which, as a result of treatment of waste, is suitable for a direct beneficial use or a controlled use that would not otherwise occur and is therefore considered a valuable resource.
Recycled water means the reclamation and reuse of wastewater for beneficial use.

Examples of Recycled water in a sentence

  • The actual use of Recycled Water by Buyer for Buyer’s Property shall be measured by a water meter or meters installed for the purpose of measuring such use.

  • During the term of this Agreement, Buyer shall not use water other than Recycled Water, for the purpose of irrigating Buyer’s Property, except as provided in subclauses (a) and (b) of the preceding sentence.

  • Upon request, Xxxxx shall be entitled to receive from MPWMD copies of any reports prepared by or on behalf of MPWMD relating to the quality of the Recycled Water sold to Buyer.

  • In entering into this Agreement, MPWMD is dependant on the ability of CAWD and PBCSD to produce, deliver, and supply Recycled Water to Buyer as provided in this Agreement.

  • Upon request, Xxxxx shall be entitled to receive from MPWMD copies of any reports prepared by or on behalf of MPWMD relating to the use of Recycled Water and potable water by the Recycled Water Irrigation Areas for irrigation, including, without limitation, any reports relating to each period in which there is an insufficient supply as more fully described in Sections 6.3 and 6.4.


More Definitions of Recycled water

Recycled water means recycled water, as defined in subdivision (n) of Section 13050, that is used to offset potable demand, including recycled water supplied for direct use and indirect potable reuse, that meets the following requirements, where applicable:
Recycled water means treated sewage or trade waste, supplied by Wannon Water.
Recycled water means all water as defined in Title 22, Division 4, Chapter 3, of the California Code of Regulations, hereinafter referred to as Title 22, which, as a result of treatment of domestic wastewater, is suitable for a direct beneficial use or a controlled use that otherwise could not occur, such treatment of domestic wastewater having been accomplished in accordance with the criteria, including the level of constituents in combination with the means for assurance of reliability as set forth in Title 22. As used in this District, however, the term “recycled water” shall additionally mean non- potable water consisting not only of recycled water as defined by Title 22 but also consisting of other non-potable water, such as untreated Colorado River or State project water received from the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California and non- potable well water. Uses for which recycled water purveyed by the District are suitableor permitted shall be determined in accordance with the standards for treatment and water quality requirements as set forth in Title 22.
Recycled water means treated wastewater that by design is intended or used for a beneficial purpose.
Recycled water means water which, as a result of treatment of waste, is suitable for a direct beneficial use or a controlled use that would not otherwise occur and is therefore considered a valuable resource. (Wat. Code, § 13050(n).) Coverage under these Water Reclamation Requirements (WRRs) for Recycled Water Use (General Order) is limited to treated municipal wastewater for uses consistent with the Uniform Statewide Recycling Criteria, and other uses approved by the State Water Board on a case-by-case basis, other than direct or indirect potable uses. An estimated 1.85 to 2.25 million acre-feet of water supply could be realized annually though recycling by the year 2030.2 Of this total amount, an estimated 0.9 million to 1.4 million acre-feet of recycled water could be realized through recycling of municipal wastewater that is discharged into the ocean or saline bays. Downstream beneficial uses will be protected by requiring compliance with Water Code section 1211, as described in the Antidegradation Analysis section of this General Order.
Recycled water means water which, as a result of treatment of waste, is suitable for a direct beneficial use