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Silverdale Water District is working with partners to bring recycled water to Silverdale. Kitsap County, Kitsap Public Utility District, the University of Washington, and high-consumption customers share our commitment to the future of recycled water in our community.

We are creating videos as we progress towards our goal. Click on the image below to watch our latest video, "Our Shared Future."

Our Shared Future - Bringing Recycled Water to Silverdale

Leaders in our community support recycled water. Click below to hear the thoughts of:

Derek Kilmer
6th Congressional District
Jill Jean
Kitsap Regional Library
Rep. Derek Kilmer
Jill Jean
John Powers
Kitsap Economic Development Alliance
Community Leaders
John Powers
Community Leaders

Our previous video, Resourceful - Recycling Our Water, introduces our plan to bring recycled water to Silverdale. Click below to learn about our partnerships with local agencies and businesses.

Resourceful - Recycling Our Water


Efficient water use can save you money on water & utility bills.

Use the proper water level, load size selection and water temperature when washing clothes.

Reduce the water level per flush by installing a low-flow toilet or a toilet displacement device.

In-sink garbage disposal devices use roughly 11.5 gallons of water each day. Try composting organic wastes instead of throwing them away.

Use both sides of the sink when washing dishes by hand: one side to wash and the other side to rinse. Do not wash dishes under a running faucet.

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