D. Public or private entities which grow, package, or produce food for human consumption are specifically excluded from this Chapter.
Acts 2003, No. 985, §1.
C. Public or private entities that use a source of potable water to irrigate crops not intended for human consumption are encouraged, but not mandated, to use reclaimed water.
A. No public or private entity shall use groundwater of quality suitable for potable domestic use to irrigate the grassy non-developed areas of cemeteries, golf courses built and completed on and after August 15, 2003, parks, and highway landscaped areas, if there exists an available reclaimed water source as defined in R.S. 30:2393(1).
B. Public or private entities that use a source of potable water for cooling tower applications and industrial purposes or to irrigate the grassy areas of golf courses built and completed before August 15, 2003, shall examine the use of reclaimed water, if an available reclaimed water source exists as defined in R.S. 30:2393(1), and may use the reclaimed water for those purposes and applications.