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The County of Santa Clara's Shelter-at-Home order remains in effect as some businesses and new activities are allowed to reopen with social distancing protocols and safety requirements in place. A new County order is anticipated to go into effect no later than July 13. For details, visit SantaClaraCA.gov/CoronavirusUpdates.

Recycled Water Utility

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South Bay Water Recycling has been serving the City of Santa Clara for more than 10 years. There are 33-miles of recycled water pipelines situated within Santa Clara’s city limits with 267 active recycled water services. Current City of Santa Clara customers include Great America, Santa Clara University, Intel, and various City parks.

Recycled water provides a sustainable water supply that preserves and reduce our dependency of potable water supply. Its uses include irrigation of parks, schools, golf courses, cooling towers and industrial processes.

Recycled water undergoes treatment processes that removes 99 percent of impurities. It is treated to high standards set by the California Department of Public Health and is routinely monitored as required by local, state, and federal agencies.

Visit South Bay Water Recycling for more Recycled Water information.

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