National Water Reuse Database
The National Water Reuse Database (NWRD) is a comprehensive database that provides utility/facility general information and annual data on the flow, treatment, and end use of recycled water from the states reusing the most water.
California, Florida, and Texas have self-maintained databases that were imported with funding support from the California Water Foundation (CWF), WateReuse Florida, and WateReuse Texas. Volunteers from WateReuse Arizona, Colorado, and Nevada helped collect and input data from those states.
How to Access the NWRD
Guest access is available for all users. This allows full access to all California data, thanks to the support of CWF, and limited viewing capability of other states data. Full access is available for WateReuse Association Members and WateReuse Research Foundation Subscribers.
To access the National Water Reuse Database, click here. For best results, please use Internet Explorer 8/9.
Submit Your Data
The tool is only as powerful as the data contained within – so we encourage you to submit new information and updates. Please fill out this survey to have your agency included in the new database. For each treatment and/or distribution facility, use a separate facility form. Submit completed forms to email@example.com.
About the NWRD
The NWRD was originally developed through a WateReuse Research Foundation project, with in-kind support from 26 major reuse facilities nationwide. The database is maintained by the WateReuse Association. Two database summary reports are available:
- National Database of Water Reuse Facilities Summary Report
- Project to Conduct Survey Research to Obtain Information/Data from All Water Recycling Facilities in California
For more information about the database or to submit updates, please contact the Database Administrator.