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Water Reclamation and Reuse -- The Demonstration Projects

Publication number Date Published
00-10-062December 2000
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Author(s) Kathy Cupps
Description Realizing a need to provide more sustainable water resources, the Washington State Legislature passed the Reclaimed Water Act of 1992. This statute, Chapter 90.46 RCW, provides a framework and methodology to use the state’s water resources more wisely by recognizing that wastewater from municipal treatment plants is an asset that can be reclaimed for a wide variety of uses.
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Keywords amendment, legislature, bill, Centennial, reuse, Centennial Clean Water Fund, flow, health, fish, river, water, standards, waste, reclaimed water

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