Regional San to Open Recycled Water Fill Station

Regional San to Open Recycled Water Fill Station

Posted: 09/30/2015

The City is sharing this information provided by Regional Sans to alert the community to a new resource available during the drought.

On September 30, Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District (Regional San) will open a Recycled Water Fill Station at the Sacramento Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant in Elk Grove.

With the extended drought, conservation of potable (drinking) water supplies is more important than ever. Residential and commercial users can now sign-up to obtain free, environmentally responsible, and safe recycled water to irrigate lawns, gardens, and landscaping, or for dust control or other permitted uses.

Initially, the program is limited to the first 500 users that sign-up. The station is expected to be open through October or until the rainy season begins, re-opening next spring with the hopes of expanded participation. Interested users can sign up at www.regionalsan.com/fill-station.

The station will feature several connection bays for users to fill approved containers or commercial tanker trucks. Participants must live in and use the recycled water in the Regional San service area. Participation requires completion of a permit application and a brief training.

The new recycled water fill station is just one component of Regional San’s sustainable Water Recycling Program. Learn more at www.regionalsan.com/water-recycling.

To view the City's Drought Response and Water Conservation page click here.

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