EPA Releases National Water Reuse Action Plan, Version 1

On February 27, 2020, U.S. EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler and other federal, state, and local water leaders announced the release of the National Water Reuse Action Plan: Collaborative Implementation (Version 1). The National Water Reuse Action Plan (WRAP) is a coordinated and collaborative effort across the water user community to advance consideration of water reuse to ensure the security, sustainability, and resilience of the country’s water resources.

This Action Plan (Version 1) identifies action leaders, partners, implementation milestones, and target completion dates for 37 actions across 11 strategic themes. These actions represent initial momentum and serve as a catalyst for additional partnerships and subsequent actions to strengthen and diversify the country’s water resources.

Information for the actions included in Action Plan (Version 1) is available in two forms:

  • Printed Publication: A print version that profiles actions with committed leaders and summary-level information about each action implementation plan
  • WRAP Online Platform: A web-based repository that includes all actions (developed and undeveloped) and full action implementation plan text, where applicable

The WRAP Online Platform will undergo routine updates on each action’s progress and serve a variety of functions, including to communicate ongoing activity and create accountability for action progress.

For more information about how to get involved with the National Water Reuse Action Plan, email [email protected].

Source: U.S. EPA

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