Southwest Florida Water Management District

Reclaimed Water – Your Questions Answered

Reclaimed water, which is highly treated wastewater, is used for various purposes such as irrigation, industrial processes, and as an alternative water supply. The Southwest Florida Water Management District plays a significant role in promoting the beneficial use of reclaimed water to meet water supply needs, with a long-term goal of reusing 75% of available reclaimed water flows by 2040.

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Holiday Water Conservation Tips

By KATHERINE MUNSONLead Communications Coordinator,Southwest Florida Water Management District Q: How can I save water when preparing holiday meals? Defrost frozen foods in the refrigerator or

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Your Guide to Recreation in SWIFTMUD’s 16 Florida Counties

The Southwest Florida Water Management District offers a variety of recreational opportunities across thousands of acres of land, including biking, birding, boating, camping, fishing, hiking, and hunting. They also provide numerous campgrounds for family camping and offer reservation services through their website, WaterMatters.org/Recreation.

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Reclaimed Water – Your Questions Answered

Reclaimed water, which is highly treated wastewater, is used for various purposes such as irrigation, industrial processes, and as an alternative water supply. The Southwest Florida Water Management District plays a significant role in promoting the beneficial use of reclaimed water to meet water supply needs, with a long-term goal of reusing 75% of available reclaimed water flows by 2040.

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Holiday Water Conservation Tips

By KATHERINE MUNSONLead Communications Coordinator,Southwest Florida Water Management District Q: How can I save water when preparing holiday meals? Defrost frozen foods in the refrigerator or

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Your Guide to Recreation in SWIFTMUD’s 16 Florida Counties

The Southwest Florida Water Management District offers a variety of recreational opportunities across thousands of acres of land, including biking, birding, boating, camping, fishing, hiking, and hunting. They also provide numerous campgrounds for family camping and offer reservation services through their website, WaterMatters.org/Recreation.

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