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Wastewater Recycling

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Recycling of wastewater is done to treat the wastewater to a level suitable for various purposes. Water recycling is reusing treated waste water for beneficial purposes such as agricultural and landscape irrigation, industrial processes, toilet flushing and replenishing a ground water basin. The term water recycling is generally used synonymously with water reclamation and water reuse.

Necessity of wastewater recycling:

Is recycled water safe?

Yes!! Recycled water is safe for human contact but it is not intended for drinking. Recycled water has been use extensively throughout the U.S.A. including for food crops, over ground water aquifers and in recreational lakes for the past 40 years with no negative health impact. Wastewater recycling can be done in number of ways depending on:

Different Techniques of wastewater recycling:

1. Conventional techniques: 2. Non-conventional techniques: A) Natural wetlands. B) Constructed wetlands.
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