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The North Valley Regional Recycled Water Project

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The North Valley Regional Recycled Water Project

  1. 1. The North Valley Regional Recycled Water Project By: RMC Water and Environment
  2. 2. The North Valley Regional Recycled Water Project Headquartered in Walnut Creek, RMC Water and Environment operates seven offices throughout California, where it provides a range of environmental planning and water reuse and recycling services to the private and public sectors. One of RMC Water and Environment’s most successful projects involves its work with the North Valley Regional Recycled Water Program (NVRRWP), which it assisted with the acquisition of a Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board NPDES permit that permitted the first discharge of water to the Delta-Mendota Canal.
  3. 3. The North Valley Regional Recycled Water Project A regional solution with the aim of addressing the ongoing water crisis in California via the creation of tertiary treated water recycling facilities, the NVRRWP will have a phased implementation. The first phase involves the production and delivery of between 25,000 and 30,000 acre-feet of water, which will help California restore approximately $29 million of yearly agricultural production.
  4. 4. The North Valley Regional Recycled Water Project The NVRRWP has already received recognition for its innovative water recycling efforts, as it has received the California Association of Environmental Professionals’ 2016 Outstanding Environmental Analysis Document Award and the American Academy of Environmental Engineers and Scientists’ 2015 Planning Honor Award.

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