The Recycled Water Supply Optimization Program (Program) is intended to increase beneficial use of local and renewable water and energy resources, thus reducing dependence on imported water supplies and fossil based fuels. The Program is an integrated multi-year $114M initiative that provides significant benefits to multiple segments of the water use cycle. Program components include: expansion of the Temecula Valley Regional Water Reclamation Facility to 23 MGD ($76M); construction of the Temecula Valley Recycled Water Pipeline ($19M); upgrades to the Reach 4 Recycled Water Booster Station ($1.4M); and the Solar Photovoltaic Renewable Energy Initiative Phase II Project, which involves installing solar systems at EMWD's four Regional Water Reclamation Facilities ($17.3M).
Eastern Municipal Water District
The proposed Project will increase beneficial use of local and renewable water and energy resources, thus reducing dependence on imported water supplies and fossil-based fuels.
Complete but Not Fully Paid
Project Benefits a Disadvantaged Community (or SDAC):