Reclaimed water stakeholders

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The Water Quality Control Division is conducting a stakeholder process in 2021 to consider comments on the draft proposal of changes to Regulation 84, and to collect feedback on considerations for alternative processes to authorize new uses under Regulation 84. The draft proposal was developed in response to the stakeholder process conducted in 2020 regarding the improvement of Regulation 84 for efficiency, readability, and implementation. The first stakeholder meeting will be held on May 6, 2021, to discuss comments on the draft proposed changes.
After the May 6th meeting, the stakeholder process will consider alternative processes to authorize new uses under Regulation 84. Details about the May 6th stakeholder meeting are below, and all future meeting information will be listed on this website. We look forward to hearing from you. 


How to get involved

Engagement overview

The proposed schedule for outreach and implementation is as follows:

  1. Issue draft proposal and solicit feedback from stakeholders, due by April 19, 2021.
  2. Host virtual stakeholder meetings in spring of 2021 to discuss feedback on the draft proposal and consider ideas for alternative processes to authorize new uses under Regulation 84.

Meeting information and materials

The kick-off meeting is scheduled May 6, 2021, from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM. Meeting materials for the 2021 stakeholder process are available in the division's public folder

When you register for the meeting using the link below, you will receive an email confirmation with instructions for joining the meeting and you can add it to your calendar. 


May 6, 2021

9:00 AM to 11:00 AM


Meeting ID: 867 1469 2782

Passcode: 004205

Join by phone: 

  • 253-215-8782
  • 346-248-7799


Previous stakeholder meeting materials

Meeting materials from the 2020 stakeholder engagement process can be accessed by clicking the links below:

Food crops and hemp stakeholder process

The Water Quality Control Commission conducted a rulemaking process to approve the uses of food crop and hemp irrigation. Information about the rulemaking process, documents, and commission materials can be found in the links below. 


For questions and additional information about the Reg. 84 draft proposal, email Brandi Honeycutt at

For questions or comments related to the engagement process or this website, email