The Sanitation Districts and the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California continue their partnership that could result in the largest water recycling program in the country.
At full-scale, the Regional Recycled Water Program (RRWP) could produce 150 million gallons per day of purified water, which is enough to serve more than 500,000 homes.
In 2020, both agencies’ Boards of Directors approved starting the environmental and planning studies for the program.
A 500,000 gallon per day demonstration facility continues to provide information needed for the design and permitting of the full-scale facility.
Over 50 virtual tours of the demonstration facility were conducted despite the pandemic.
To find out more about the project or schedule a tour, click here.
To learn how the Clearwater Project complements the RRWP, please see answer number 23 in our Clearwater frequently asked questions (FAQ).