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When you take a shower or wash your laundry, the unused water flows into the sewer system. This sewer water travels to a wastewater treatment facility, where it is treated. The highly-treated wastewater is returned to the Colorado River via the Las Vegas Wash, which flows into Lake Mead.
Results. From available literature sources in the English language, some 109,159 wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs) globally were identified, representing 129 countries or 67% of all nations worldwide (Table S3).
We operate three wastewater treatment facilities: Water Pollution Control Facility, 6005 E. Vegas Valley Drive, 702-229-6200. Bonanza/Mojave Water Resource Center, 650 N.
This sewer water travels to a wastewater treatment facility, where it is treated. The highly-treated wastewater is returned to the Colorado River via the Las Vegas Wash, which flows into Lake Mead. The water returned to the lake earns us return-flow credits.
A: In the Las Vegas valley, there are two systems of drainage. The sanitary sewer system and the storm sewer system.
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In the community, water use has declined from approximately 350 gallons per person per day (GPCD) in 1990 to less than 220 GPCD today. Southern Nevada will soon surpass the regions 2035 goal to reduce consumption through conservation to 199 GPCD.
But for Las Vegas, its a process thats been used for decades and one that has helped stretch the valleys small share of the Colorado River. Every gallon of treated wastewater sent back to the lake allows the valley to pull an extra gallon from the river through whats known as return flow credits.
There are approximately 153,000 public drinking water systems and more than 16,000 publicly owned wastewater treatment systems in the United States.

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