In the West, it is not a matter of if a drought will occur, but when. In an effort to develop a drought-proof water supply, many communities are turning to water recycling. Water recycling is reusing treated wastewater for irrigating golf courses, other urban landscapes, some crops, wetlands enhancement, industrial processes and even groundwater recharge. But many people do not understand how water is treated, recycled and reused, causing some to oppose new projects.
This 18-minute video, funded by a grant from the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, simplifies the often-misunderstood concept of water recycling.
The short running time makes it ideal for presentations and community group meetings. ½ inch VHS format.