WRA launches improved US water reuse database

The WateReuse Association (WRA) has announced the launch of its new and improved National Water Reuse Database (NWRD).

The NWRD provides utility/facility general information and annual data on the flow, treatment and end-use of recycled water from the states with the most reuse.

Over the past two years, WRA has upgraded the original database platform and imported new data from the major states reusing water. California, Florida and Texas have self-maintained databases that were imported, and volunteers from Arizona, Colorado and Nevada have input data for their states.

Additional states or facilities not represented are encouraged to enter or modify existing data. Contact may be made via email at database@watereuse.org or a Survey Form can be downloaded to submit new or updated data.

Guest access is available for all users. This allows full access to all California data and limited viewing capability of other states' data.

Go to: https://nwrd.watereuse.org/Login.aspx; user name: Guest; password: water.

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