When is recycled water available?

Recycled water is available during the dry season, from May 1 to October 31. During the wet season, from November 1 through April 30, when water is typically not needed for irrigation, treated wastewater is discharged into the Napa River.  River discharge is carried out under a permit from the State Water Resources Control Board.  Water quality of the discharge and the river is monitored constantly and must meet standards that protect human health and aquatic life. Recycled water can be made available from November 1 to April 30 by working with Napa Sanitation Department to schedule delivery.

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1. What is recycled water?
2. Who sets health standards for recycled water?
3. How can recycled water be used?
4. What will happen if children or pets come into contact with recycled water?
5. How is recycled water kept separate from potable water?
6. What are the benefits of using recycled water?
7. What is the cost of recycled water?
8. How reliable is the recycled water supply?
9. Where is recycled water available?
10. When is recycled water available?
11. Is recycled water available in the Coombsville / Milliken-Sarco-Tulocay (MST) area?