Water Reuse and Recycling
WRAP Update on Collaborative Progress—Year 2
WRAP collaborators have delivered many critical outputs that lay the groundwork for more substantial impacts in the coming years. Check out activities and accomplishments over the past year!
Browse Climate Change-Related Events and Resources
Check out resources related to climate change produced by WRAP action teams over the last year. Explore »
Browse the REUSExplorer!
Follow the link to learn more about the technical basis of different state regulations and guidelines for water reuse around the country. Check it out »
Get Involved in the WRAP Collaborative
More than 100 federal, state, tribal, local, and water sector partners have stepped forward to drive progress on water reuse. Learn how to join the effort »
About Water Reuse
Water reuse is the practice of reclaiming water from a variety of sources, treating it, and reusing it for beneficial purposes. It can provide alternative supplies for potable and non-potable uses to enhance water security, sustainability, and resilience. EPA’s website on water reuse provides basic information on the types of reuse, resources for communities interested in pursuing reuse, and information about the National Water Reuse Action Plan (WRAP) collaborative, which is seeking to advance reuse planning and implementation. EPA supports communities interested in reuse through technical guidance, the development and funding of sound science, and providing financial support for water reuse technology and projects.