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National Water Reuse Database

The National Water Reuse Database provides general information and data on the flow, treatment and us of recycled water from facilities around the nation.

The database was developed by WateReuse with support from state sections and 26 major reuse facilities across the nation. California, Florida, and Texas have self-maintained databases that were imported with funding support from the California Water Foundation, WateReuse Florida, and WateReuse Texas. Volunteers from WateReuse Arizona, Colorado, and Nevada helped collect and input data from those states.

Members of WateReuse have access to all data from all states. Thanks to the support of the California Water Foundation, anyone can access information and data on facilities in California. Limited data on other states is available to non-members.

To submit data on your agency or utility, please complete and submit forms to database@watereuse.org. Please use separate forms for each treatment or distribution facility.

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