Attention Reclaimed Water Customers
Please take the time to read the following important message regarding your water reclaimed water service.
What is Reclaimed Water?
Reclaimed water is domestic wastewater which has been treated and disinfected to a high degree such that it can be safely used to irrigate golf courses and residential lawns. Reclaimed water must meet strict water quality requirements established by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. Although reclaimed water meets most of the drinking water standards and is safe for human contact, it is not intended for use as drinking water.
Why use reclaimed water?
Using reclaimed water conserves water supplied and reduces discharges of domestic wastewater to surface waters.
What can you do with reclaimed water?
- Irrigate your lawn.
- Irrigate flower gardens.
- Irrigate trees and scrubs.
What can't you do with reclaimed water?
- DO NOT DRINK reclaimed water.
- Do not connect any pipes to your reclaimed water pipes.
- Do not use reclaimed water to fill swimming pools, hot tubs, or wading pools.
- Do not use reclaimed water to irrigate edible crops (i.e., vegetables and fruits)
Improper use of reclaimed water will result in termination of your service and/or other penalties.
ON Restrictions Schedule
When Reclaim is ON restrictions. When reclaim is on restriction you may only have water available on:
- Tuesday 12:00 am – 10:00 am
- Thursday 12:00 am – 10:00 am
- Saturday 12:00 am – 10:00 am
Please note that Reclaimed Water may be shut off sooner depending on availability.
Reclaimed water 24 hour hotline : 321-868-3277
Reclaimed water emergency: 321-868- 3228
Reuse Coordinator : Matthew Braudrick
Want to know about the Water Reclamation Facility Upgrades - check out the Cocoa Beach Water Reclamation Facility Upgrades Video from Brevard County Save Our Indian River Lagoon on YouTube.