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7 Fast Facts About Recycling Water

Water conservation and recycling have become very hot topics as people are becoming more and more environmentally conscious.

Recycling water is not something that most people are physically involved in, however understanding water recycling is crucial to being a conscientious consumer.

Here are some important facts about recycling water that everyone should know:

• Recycled water comes from sewage, manufacturing waste water and other sources where water is polluted or contaminated. Rather than returning the water to the ground or sea, potentially adding dangerous chemicals and bacteria to the atmosphere, the chemicals are removed, creating water that can be safely used for many purposes.

• In some areas, recycling water is done so efficiently that it is considered potable for drinking and cooking. While this is not the standard across the country, many areas are working toward improving the process of recycling water.

• There are several ways that people can benefit from recycling water. Water can be reused for landscaping or agricultural irrigation, and in large scale cleaning ventures, such as car washes and power washing services.

• While the United States is taking great strides in water recycling, there are several other countries that are far ahead of the US in recycling and conservation projects. Australia, Israel and Jordan are the world leaders in recycling water.

• In large forest fires, recycled water is often used for large scale firefighting purposes. This makes recycling water an important task in areas that are prone to such large disasters.

• The average American uses 100 gallons of water each day, so it only stands to reason that replacing at least some of this usage with recycled water will help the world to conserve water. Using properly treated recycled water for even half of the daily usage of one individual would benefit the planet immensely.

• After recycling, water that has been treated and cleaned can be used to develop manmade water features or used to improve wetlands. Rather than waiting for rainwater to do the job, recycled water can complete a project or correct an environmental imbalance in a relatively short period of time.

Recycling water has tremendous benefits for both the planet and its inhabitants. Choose to use recycled water to handle any large tasks around your home or for your business.

While there is little that an ordinary citizen can do to recycle water at home, encouraging state and local government to implement recycling programs in your area can bring results and improve the state of the earth.