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Additions of the round tanks, red roofed building and white silos in this aerial photo of Palm Coast’s wastewater treatment plant No. 2 show the new facilities to integrate a Zero Liquid Discharge process into an existing nanofiltration water treatment facility.

Additions of the round tanks, red roofed building and white silos in this aerial photo of Palm Coast’s wastewater treatment plant No. 2 show the new facilities to integrate a Zero Liquid Discharge process into an existing nanofiltration water treatment facility.

Water conservation on a grand scale

Utilities, industry and other large water users dial back consumption.

As Florida grows, so does the demand for potable water. Call it a mantra, a maxim or just plain logic.

Every day, people move to one of the 18 counties encompassing the St. Johns River Water Management District, a region already home to nearly 5 million people. Between 2010 and 2035, that number is expected to swell by another 1.8 million people. Will the demand for water rise at the same rate?

Maybe not — if additional water conservation measures are implemented.

Water consumers throughout the District — including commercial retailers, manufacturing plants, the agricultural community, public utilities and even entire cities — have adopted innovative water conservation strategies that have literally slashed their collective potable water use by billions of gallons annually.

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St. Johns River Water Management District
4049 Reid Street, Palatka, FL 32177
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