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Irrigating with Reclaimed Water

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Water is too precious to use only once

Businesses and Organizations Using Reclaimed Water
  • Haile Plantation Golf and Country Club
  • Haile Village Center
  • Kanapaha Middle School
  • The Rock Church
  • UF Shands Cancer Center
Neighborhoods Using Reclaimed Water
  • Cobblefield
  • Wilds Plantation
  • Garison Way
  • Brytan
  • Park Lane
  • Oakmont
  • The Grand Preserve
  • Haile Plantation (sections only)
  • Stillwind (common area)
Parks and Gardens Using Reclaimed Water
  • Kanapaha Veterans Memorial Park: This park features a playground area, multipurpose field, veterans memorial and wildlife habitat.
  • Kanapaha Botanical Gardens: This 62-acre botanical garden features plants, trees and a wildlife sanctuary.

Water is too precious to use only once – GRU reclaims it, and the community reuses it.