California Water Boards' Annual Performance Report - Fiscal Year 2019-20
PLAN & ASSESS: WASTEWATER RECYCLING
WASTEWATER RECYCLING-WATER RECLAMATION
RECYCLED WATER USE BY REGIONAL BOARD. 2001 SURVEY
|KEY STATISTICS FOR 2001|
Click on a Region in the Map below, to see 2001 Recycled Water Use for that region.
WHAT THE MEASURE IS SHOWING
WHY THIS MEASURE IS IMPORTANT
- Data Source: 1970, 1977, 1987, 2001 and 2009 Municipal Wastewater Recycling Survey Results. For 2009 survey: Period January 2001 to December 31, 2001.
- Unit of Measure: Amount of Water Recycled in Acre-Feet/year.
The Water Boards’ Water Recycling programs
1970, 1977 and 1987 survey results
2009 Survey Results
Public Reports and Data
- Recycled Water
- 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. (Water Code § 13050(n)).
- It is defined by the volume of one acre of surface area to a depth of one foot. Since the acre is defined as a chain by a furlong (66 ft × 660 ft) the acre-foot is exactly 43,560 cubic feet. One acre-foot is taken to be the planned water usage of a suburban family household, annually.
- Indirect Potable Reuse
- The planned incorporation of recycled water into a raw water supply such as in potable water storage reservoirs or a groundwater aquifer, resulting in mixing and assimilation, thus providing an environmental buffer.
- Urban Uses
- Includes Golf Course Irrigation, Landscape Irrigation and Commercial and Industrial Uses.
- Other Uses
- Includes Geothermal Energy Production, Recreational Impoundment, Natural Systems Restoration, Surface Water Augmentation and all Other Uses.