Tucson Water was one of the first water utilities in the nation to begin recycling water, treating it for irrigation and other non-drinking water uses. Experts from around the world visit Tucson Water to learn how we recycle water and to study our reclaimed water system.
- New Development Section
(information on availability of reclaimed water service and cost of connection)
- Backflow Prevention/Reclaimed Water Section
(information on backflow prevention, site preparation, and reclaimed water signs)
Reclaimed water is specially treated for applications such as irrigation, dust control, fire fighting, and industrial uses.
A discharge is any volume of reclaimed water that leaves the site where its use is permitted.
A list of Tucson Water-approved Certified Testers is available at the link below or from the Tucson Water Backflow Prevention Office at 520-791-2650.
Certified Backflow Testers registered with Tucson Water Department Backflow Section may submit online backflow assembly test results through iBAK.