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Reuse Inventory Database and Annual Report

The Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) maintains the largest and most comprehensive databases of permitted reuse systems in the world. Domestic wastewater treatment facilities (0.1 million gallons per day and greater) that provide reclaimed water are required to submit annual reuse reports, using DEP Form 62-610.300(4)(a)2, to DEP as well as the applicable water management district. These annual reports are the basis for DEP’s reuse inventory database, from which a reuse inventory report is compiled and published annually.

Annual Report

Download the 2018 Reuse Inventory Report

Download the complete set of 2018 Reuse Inventory Appendices (MS Excel format)

Hard copies and electronic versions of inventory reports from previous years and data from previous years may also be available.

For details, please contact the:

Domestic Wastewater Program
2600 Blair Stone Road, MS# 3540
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2400
Phone: 850-245-8605

National Reuse Database

The National WateReuse Association has compiled a comprehensive web database of water reuse facilities and programs in the U.S. For more information, access the National Water Reuse Database.

Reuse Flow per Capita for the Six States Included in the Reclaimed Water Annual End Use Report

State Year Population1 Reported Reuse2 in Millions of Gallons per Day Reuse per Capita in Gallons per Day per Person Rank
Florida 2011 19,093,352 722.04 37.82 1
California 2009 36,961,2293 597.384 16.16 2
Nevada 2011 2,712,799 18.92 6.97 3
Texas 2010 25,242,679 46.025 1.82 4
Arizona 2012 6,556,629 10.046 1.53 5
Colorado 2011 5,121,771 1.25 0.24 6

United States Census Bureau, "Annual Estimates of the Resident Population for the United States, Regions, States and Puerto Rico, April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2018," NST-EST2018-01. Retrieved from https://www.census.gov/data/tables/time-series/demo/popest/2010s-state-t....

WateReuse. "Reclaimed Water Annual End Use Report," National Water Reuse Database, 2011. Retrieved from https://nwrd.watereuse.org/ReportPages/ReclaimedAnnualEndUseReport.aspx.

United States Census Bureau, "Intercensal Estimates of the Resident Population for Counties of California: April 1, 2000 to July 1, 2010," CO-EST00INT-01-06. Retrieved from
https://www.census.gov/data/tables/time-series/demo/popest/intercensal-2....

4 WateReuse. "Reclaimed Water Annual End Use Report," National Water Reuse Database, 2009. Retrieved from https://nwrd.watereuse.org/ReportPages/ReclaimedAnnualEndUseReport.aspx.

5 WateReuse. "Reclaimed Water Annual End Use Report," National Water Reuse Database, 2010. Retrieved from https://nwrd.watereuse.org/ReportPages/ReclaimedAnnualEndUseReport.aspx.

6 WateReuse. "Reclaimed Water Annual End Use Report," National Water Reuse Database, 2012. Retrieved from https://nwrd.watereuse.org/ReportPages/ReclaimedAnnualEndUseReport.aspx.

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