What is your definition of rejected water?
Rejected water is the quantity of water that is not suitable to use in processes from the total incoming water in the facility. In other words the water that is rejected at the on site pre-treatment facility.
If the facility has indicated that pre-treatment of incoming water occurs onsite in the Site Info section of the FEM, in such scenarios the facility should include rejected water also in tracking their water consumption.
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