IEUA

Policy

water policy
RP-5 Water recycling plant

Recognizing the critical role of recycled water in the long-term water security of Chino Basin, IEUA adopted a policy and entered into agreements with its contracting member agencies to maximize the use of recycled water.

Recent reductions in historical sources of imported water supplies have accelerated the urgency of developing local water supplies.

IEUA’s response to the state’s water supply crisis is to accelerate development of its recycled water infrastructure so that all recycled water produced through its wastewater treatment activities can be beneficially used.

recycled water cycle

RECYCLED WATER

Recycled water is first in IEUA’s mission statement.

To read the mission statement, click here.

CHINO BASIN WATER SECURITY

IEUA’s strategy is to maximize use of recycled water to reduce the Chino Basin’s dependence on expensive and uncertain imported water supplies.

To learn more about IEUA's water security strategy, click here.

IEUA'S WATER POLICY

Ordinance No. 75 requires that each of its member agencies encourage their retail water customers to use recycled water for qualified uses whenever it is available.

To download a copy of Ordinance No. 75, click here.

ACCELERATING DEVELOPMENT IEUA

adopted and is implementing a Three Year Business Plan to accelerate development of its recycled water infrastructure by five years, to enable beneficial use of all of its recycled water.

To download the business plan, click here.

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