Sacramento, Calif. — All life depends on water for survival. But while more than two-thirds of the earth is covered with water, preparing it for human use—and then cleaning it once used—takes a lot of work.
During California’s second annual Water Professionals Appreciation Week (October 6–14), water professionals are being recognized and celebrated for their pivotal role in protecting public health and the environment.
Sacramento, Calif.— The California Water
Commission (Commission) recently announced that Regional San will
receive $280.5 million—the maximum requested funding amount—in
Proposition 1 grant funding to help make the South County
Ag Program a reality for the Sacramento region.
Elk Grove, CA – Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District
(Regional San) recently accepted a 21-acre solar energy project
built on the grounds of the Sacramento Regional Wastewater
Treatment Plant (SRWTP) in Elk Grove. The array is one of the
largest in the Sacramento region.
The 4.2-megawatt solar array is a clean and sustainable energy
source that will help power SRWTP’s energy-intensive operations.
The solar project increases and diversifies Regional San’s green
energy portfolio while reducing energy costs.
Regional San’s landmark water recycling effort, the South County
Ag Program, was in the news again, this time on
This report focuses on the Program’s aim to deliver highly
treated wastewater to farmers as a drought-proof water resource.
The Program will also help recharge groundwater in the south
county, restore precious wildlife habitat, and even benefit the
health of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.
Regional San’s South County Ag Program, a landmark water
recycling effort, was profiled on
ABC 10. The Program aims to use highly treated wastewater to
recharge declining groundwater and deliver a drought-proof water
resource to farmers. The Program will also help restore precious
wildlife habitat and even benefit the health of the
Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.
A partnership of noted water sector organizations—the National
Association of Clean Water Agencies, the Water Environment
Federation, the Water Environment & Reuse Foundation, and the
WateReuse Association—with input from the U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency—have selected Sacramento Regional County
Sanitation District as a recipient of the inaugural “Utility of
the Future (UOTF) Today” recognition. The recognition program
celebrates the exceptional performance of wastewater utilities
while supporting the adoption of the innovative UOTF business
Elk Grove, CA – On May 10, 2016, Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District (Regional San) will re-open its Recycled Water Fill Station for the 2016 season. The fill station, located at the Sacramento Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant in Elk Grove, offers residential and commercial users free, environmentally responsible, and safe recycled water to irrigate lawns, gardens, and landscaping, or for dust control or other permitted uses.
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