Recycle means to recover useful materials from garbage or waste or it can also be defined as to extract and reuse. While recycling is a term generally applied to aluminium cans, glass bottles & newspaper, water can be recycled as well. Nature reuses & recycles its resources without creating toxic dumps or polluted waterways. By imitating nature we can learn to recycle our wastewater relatively inexpensively, with minimal distribution cost &the bonus of reclaimed resources. Scientists are now recognizing the simplicity and effectiveness of natureâ„¢s processes and are blending technology with natural systems to create more efficient wastewater recycling, reuse &management. In this seminars I have tried to give importance for necessity of wastewater recycling, its methodology, benefitâ„¢s & reuse of recycling of wastewater. As water demands and environmental needs grow, water recycling will play a greater role in our overall water supply. By working together to overcome obstacles, water recycling, along with water conservation, can help us to conserve & sustainbly manage our vital water resources. As water recycling has more benefits ad uses which can be widely applicable it can be considered as a proven technology and cost effective in long term. As seen in an example that if recycled water nearly about 216x10^6L/H/D can be used for various purposes such as gardening , irrigation, ground water recharging etc; tremendous amount of water can be saved which can then be supplied to area where water is scarce. The treatment of wastewater for reuse and installation of distribution system can be initially expensive compared to water supply alternatives as imported water or ground water, so if we in INDIA start using the technology of water recycling depending upon characteristics of sewage, viable method which can be adopted, and usage of water after recycling, it can help us for conserving our water resources which are depleting at very faster rate. Hence, water recycling also should be given due importance with other water conservation projects thus making our water resources self sufficient.