Tour MWD's Advanced Water Purification Demonstration Facility and LACSD Joint Plant
June 22, 2022
The Metropolitan Water District of Southern
California is making a major investment in a potential water recycling project
that will reuse water currently sent to the ocean.
The Regional Recycled Water Program will purify
wastewater to produce sustainable, high-quality water that could be used again.
This partnership with Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts started with a
demonstration facility and could eventually become one of the largest advanced
water treatment plants in the world.
The Joint Water Pollution Control Plant (JWPCP)
currently provides primary and secondary treatment for a design capacity of 400
million gallons of wastewater per day, and serves over 4.8 million residents, businesses,
and industries. Flows currently average approximately 200 MGD.
Free for CWEA members
$40 for non-members
MWD ADVANCED WATER PURIFICATION DEMONSTRATION
Carson Address and parking info will be sent to all attendees