RECOVER 4,500,000 acre-feet of water currently being dumped into waterways and the Pacific Ocean and re-direct it to agricultural users statewide.
REDUCE depletion of underground aquifers by eliminating the need for agricultural users to pump groundwater.
RETURN vital waterways to historically natural flows, and decrease the ecological impact of treated wastewater disposal on coastal habitat and marine life.
GENERATE new sources of revenue for municipalities to offset the initial costs of infrastructure improvements and to provide long-term support for their economic health.
PROTECT against recurring future drought years by ensuring sufficient water resources to support the State’s municipal, environmental and agricultural needs.
PROVIDE a 100-year solution that economically, environmentally, and logistically feasible than can be implemented stages beginning almost immediately.
Ecological and Environmental Stability
Allow natural water flows to stabilize
Eliminate negative ecological effects of coastal dumping
Revitalization of recreation & tourism industries statewide
Water is a finite global resource. It is imperative for policy makers and water planners to recognize that recycled water is an invaluable natural asset.
The introduction of this new water resource will fundamentally alter California’s future.