Regenerated water is the solution to excess demand in areas where there is insufficient supply of the natural water resources. This increases and improves the management of water resources, using water of different quality depending on the end use.
The most common use of regenerated water is irrigation, with 80% of the total, while watering golf courses and washing city streets and watering parks and gardens represents 12%.
There are different technologies applied to water regeneration. The most important are the following: