A New Source of Water for Southern California: A Discussion on Recycled Water

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California water agencies have increasingly focused on implementing new technologies and developing new infrastructure to become more water independent. The Regional Recycled Water Program is one such infrastructure program. This potential project could produce high-quality water to be used for groundwater recharge in basins in Los Angeles and Orange Counties. This program–a partnership between the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California and the Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts–started with a demonstration facility that could eventually become one of the largest advanced water treatment plants in the world. At full-scale, the project would produce approximately 150 million gallons daily, which is enough to serve more than 500,000 homes using a local water source.

In this upcoming WELL Webinar, A New Source of Water Supply for Southern California: A Panel Discussion on the Regional Recycled Water Program, join engineers, experts, and stakeholders on Thursday, February 4th from 10:00am-11:00am to learn the what, why, who, and how of the Regional Recycled Water Program. Register here for this informative event. This webinar will be moderated by Martha Tremblay, Assistant Department Head of Technical Services at the LA County Sanitation Districts.

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