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Reuse makes way for future water
It’s a big step forward in Castle Rock Water’s goal of securing the community’s long-term water future, but most customers won’t even notice. Purified reuse water is making its way to Castle Rock! While that means big things for the community, customers should not be able to tell a difference.
Purified reuse water is a cost effective, environmentally sound and sustainable method of water supply, and Castle Rock Water is on the cutting edge. Learn more at the Reuse Water Open House from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 23, at the Plum Creek Water Purification Facility, 1929 Liggett Road.
Join Castle Rock water to discuss how reuse water is safe, sustainable and economical. Take a tour of the water treatment plant, learn about the advanced treatment processes being installed to make way for purified reuse water, and get all your questions answer. Plus, taste wine made with re-purified water. Children’s activities and breakfast burritos will also be provided.
Reuse is a simple process. After water is used in our homes and businesses, it goes down the drain and is sent to the wastewater treatment plant. There, contaminants are removed and the water is released into East Plum Creek. Soon, instead of allowing that water to flow to downstream communities, Castle Rock Water will recapture it from the creek, re-purity it and reuse it. Learn more at CRgov.com/reuse.