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Recycled Water Master Plan – Part 2, Chapter 7

West Valley Water District

Following Part 1  of the Recycled Water Master Plan (RWMP), the District hired to WSC to complete  a section of Part 2; a recycled water sources analysis. The source analysis will help evaluate the viability of a recycled water program by summarizing the potential sources available to the District. WSC facilitated workshops and meetings in close coordination with District staff to launch a recycled water mutual opportunity dialogue with neighboring agencies. WSC also facilitated outreach to other stakeholders in order to accurately characterize jurisdictional issues and to begin collaboration necessary to implement a successful program.

The recycled water source analysis is currently being developed and will provide an indication of the District’s ability to obtain a viable recycled water source. Provided a viable recycled water source is available, the District may elect to complete the remaining sections of Parts 2 and 3 of the RWMP, which will contain the following: development of conceptual alternatives; cost/benefit analysis; selection of conceptual alternative; infrastructure plan; and implementation plan.


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