Recycled water is a clean and safe source of irrigation water conveyed through purple pipes in the ground. Recycled water is used in parks, medians and golf courses in Roseville. It's not for drinking, but it's perfect for irrigating grass, plants and trees. Best of all, its great for the environment because it lets us keep the grass and plants green without having to use drinking water. Purple pipes keep Roseville green.
Recycled water is produced at both of the City's wastewater treatment facilities. Recycled water has been treated to the highest level required by the California Department of Health Services and is approved for many uses, except drinking.
Woodcreek Golf Club
5880 Woodcreek Oaks Blvd Roseville, CA 95747
Diamond Oaks Municipal Golf Course
349 Diamond Oaks Rd Roseville, CA 95678
Sun City Roseville Golf Course
7050 Del Webb Blvd Roseville, CA 95747
Morgan Creek Golf Country Club
8731 Morgan Creek Lane Roseville, CA 95661
Veteran’s Memorial Park
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What is recycled water?
Roseville’s recycled water produced at our treatment plants is disinfected to the highest level required by the California Department of Health Services and is approved for many uses, except drinking.
Is recycled water safe?
Yes, in fact, there has never been a documented case of a health-related incident that has been traced back to recycled water.
What does the City of Roseville do with recycled water?
The City pumps recycled water through a system of purple pipes that are completely separate from the potable (drinking water) pipes. The City pumps the recycled water to customers like golf courses and parks, where they use it to irrigate their turf and shrubs.
Who uses recycled water?
Currently parks and golf courses are the main users of recycled water in Roseville. Environmental Utilities also provides recycled water to the Roseville Energy Park for their cooling towers.
Why does the City of Roseville recycle water?
The City recycles water to create a more reliable water supply in our growing community. Not only does the use of recycled water offset the use of potable water, recycled water is drought proof. That is to say, during times of drought, the recycled water supply is unaffected.
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