What can consumers do?

As new supplies of fresh water become scarcer and more expensive to develop, the value of water reuse programs continues to grow. Once the initial costs for capital facilities and distribution systems are met, the long-term results include substantial environmental and financial savings. Consumers can support water reuse programs in their communities when appropriate and contact their local wastewater treatment facilities for more information.

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Q: How can I tell if I have leaks in my home plumbing system?
Q: How concerned should I be about a leaky toilet?
Q: Which uses more water, a bath or a shower?
Q: What indoor home activity uses the most water?
Q: How can I conserve water with my swimming pool?
Q: What is drip irrigation?
Q: How is water recycled / reclaimed?
Q: Is recycled / reclaimed water safe?
Q: Are reclaimed water and potable water systems interconnected?
Q: What can consumers do?
Q: Is it safe for children to play on grass irrigated by recycled water?