Learn about the conservation efforts of the FKAA.
The FKAA delivers approximately 17,000,000 gallons per day of high-quality drinking water to the residents of the Florida Keys.
Reclaimed water, sometimes called recycled water, is former wastewater that has been highly treated and disinfected so that it can be safely used for non-potable (non-drinking) uses, such as irrigation, vehicle washing and aesthetic fountains.
Document outlining the Florida Keys Aqueduct Authority's minimum design and construction standards and specifications
Explore the ways the FKAA is working to control wastewater and its impact on the environment.
Browse through helpful water quality resources.