Recycled Water

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About Recycled Water

Recycled water is wastewater effluent that has been further treated and disinfected to provide a non-potable (non-drinking water) water supply. Recycled water is safe and suitable for uses such as landscape irrigation and some industrial processes. Recycled water is widely used and accepted throughout the United States as an environmentally responsible way to conserve scarce and expensive water supplies. It has been successfully used in other communities in California and other parts of the country such as Arizona, Florida, Hawaii, Texas, and Colorado. Recycled water is the fastest growing water supply in California.

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Customer Resources

  • Recycled Water Customers can view their recycled water usage on the AquaHawk website.

Recycled Water Rate Study

View the 2022 Recycled Water Rate Study here.  

  1. Availability & Pricing
  2. Expanding Use
  3. Other Information
  4. Recycled Water Quality Reports
  5. Uses for Recycled Water
  6. Vineyard Irrigation
  7. TRucked water

Recycled Water Availability & Pricing

Currently, NapaSan provides recycled water along two main pipelines to the southeast and north of the Soscol Water Recycling Facility. Check the recycled water pipeline map (PDF) to see the areas where recycled water is currently available.

The price of recycled water is adjusted each year in January according to a formula based on the Consumer Price Index.

Recycled Water Rates for 2023

Rate Type
2023 Rate per 1,000 gallons
Standard Rate$2.21
Storage Rate (February- March)$1.11
Large Volume Rate (minimum 150 acre feet per year)

Recycled water chloride value on 1.26.23 was 127 mg per liter

The estimated chloride value for January 26, 2023 was 127.0 mg/L. 

Please note- Some chloride values posted after September 24, 2018 are calculated using conductivity measurements

January 2023 Recycled Water Report

To see past reports, please click the Recycled Water Quality Reports button in the menu above the chloride value chart.