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Currently, recycled water is pumped to the Doolan Tank where it is stored for irrigation, fire protection, and fire suppression uses. The Livermore Water Reclamation Plant can produce up to 6.0 million gallons per day (MGD) of recycled water. In 2014, 376 million gallons were used onsite at the water reclamation plant for irrigation and industrial uses. A total of 326 million gallons were used for offsite irrigation. Current recycled water rate is $2.50/ccf, which is 80% of the Tier 2 (Stage 1) water rate.
Click to view Water Recycling FAQs.
Recycled Water Guidelines
All customers of the City of Livermore Water Reuse Program must comply with program requirements contained in the Guidelines for the Use of Recycled Water. Click on the links below to view the Guidelines.
These resources are PDF files. If you do not already have Adobe Acrobat Reader, download it for free.
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