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How is recycled water defined?
Recycled water is defined in the Australian Guidelines for Water Recycling as water that has been treated to a 'fit for purpose' standard for a specific application. However, many state and territory guidelines still refer to recycled water as class A to D of recycled water that can be used for a variety of uses. A general indication of these uses are indicated below:
NOTE: See each state and territory guidelines for specific requirements
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