How Can Reclaimed Water Be Used?

In the City of Pinellas Park, reclaimed water will primarily be used for irrigating residential lawns, commercial lawns, parks, schools and highway medians. Reclaimed water can also be used to irrigate edible crops that will be peeled, skinned, cooked or thermally processed before consumption is allowed. All other crops must be irrigated indirectly.

It is not appropriate for the City’s reclaimed water to be used for drinking and bathing water or for filling swimming pools. Reclaimed water may not be piped into any building used for residential purposes.

You must disconnect your irrigation system from your present water supply source before connecting to reclaimed water.

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1. What is Reclaimed Water?
2. Why Reclaimed Water?
3. How Can Reclaimed Water Be Used?
4. Is Reclaimed Water Safe?
5. Reclaimed Water Makes Sense
6. How Do You Sign Up For & Receive Reclaimed Water Service?