Is recycled water safe?
Yes. Recycled water must meet stringent regulatory requirements monitored by the State
Department of Health Services and be treated to the State of California Title 22 standards for tertiary (advanced) treatment of water. It must also meet regional and local standards. Wastewater is treated to these rigid standards to ensure that public health and environmental quality are protected. The Town's recycled water is monitored and tested daily to ensure that it consistently meets these high quality standards.

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1. What happens to the Town's wastewater after it is treated?
2. What is "reclaimed" or "recycled" water?
3. Is recycled water safe?
4. How long has recycled water been in use?
5. Where is recycled water used in Windsor?
6. What is the Town doing to make sure the recycled water is always safe?
7. How is recycled water treated?
8. Why is the Town's partnership in the Geysers beneficial?