Water recycling

Increasing the amount of water we recycle is vital to helping WA become more climate resilient and we are committed to recycling 30% of wastewater by 2030.

What is water recycling?

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What is water recycling?

Find out about our water recycling plans and targets, and why it is so important to WA's future.

How recycled water is used

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How recycled water is used

Find out how we use recycled water from our wastewater treatments plants to build for a sustainable future.

Water recycling case studies

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Water recycling case studies

Check out our case studies and videos that showcase how WA businesses, industry and communities are re-thinking their water use.

Water recycling around the world

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Water recycling around the world

There are many places around the world that recycle water to add to their drinking water supplies. Find out more.

 

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How wastewater is treated

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How wastewater is treated

Before water is recycled, it enters a plant as wastewater and goes through a series of rigorous treatment processes that make the water safe to re-use.

Groundwater replenishment

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Groundwater replenishment

Find out about this innovative process where treated wastewater is further treated to drinking water standards and recharged into groundwater supplies.