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RWQCB modifies permit for Santa Rosa Water Reclamation Facility

 

Last updated 12/29/2017 at Noon



The Regional Water Quality Control Board approved a modification of the master recycling permit for the Santa Rosa Water Reclamation Facility.

The Dec. 13 decision now recognizes the Santa Rosa Regional Resources Authority as the party responsible for the waste discharge requirement order. The Santa Rosa Regional Resources Authority includes the Rancho California Water District, which previously operated the reclamation facility.

“It was a name change,” Alex Cali, RWQCB water resources control engineer, said. “Everything else in the permit stayed the same. It just reassigned responsibilities.”

In August 1994, the RWQCB issued an order prescribing waste discharge requirements for the Joaquin Ranch Water Reclamation Facility, which is no longer in operation, and the Santa Rosa Water Reclamation Facility. In November 2015, the Rancho California Water District, the Elsinore Valley Municipal Water district and the Western Municipal Water District formed the Santa Rosa Regional Resources Authority as a joint-powers agency. Ownership of the Santa Rosa Water Reclamation Facility was transferred from the Rancho California Water District to the Santa Rosa Regional Resources Authority, Aug. 24, 2017.

 

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