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Pacific Southwest, Region 9

Serving: Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, Pacific Islands, Tribal Nations

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EPA's Sustainable Water Infrastructure program provides technical support and financial resources to states to increase water and energy efficiency in water, wastewater, and stormwater infrastructure. See the step-by-step guide to learn how water and wastewater facilities can save water and energy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

This website provides water and energy efficiency information for industry, businesses, communities, homes, farms, schools, thermoelectric power generators, and water and wastewater facilities.

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San Diego Project Taps New England Fuel Cell Company to Generate Energy From Waste Methane Gas  Exiting EPA (disclaimer)
Acquiring grease from its surrounding communities, Bakersfield is helping to balance its budget with co-digestion! Feature Story
Moreno Valley Regional WRF – The Moreno Valley Regional Water Reclamation Facility is using ARRA funds to greatly expand the capabilities of their anaerobic digester along with the capacity of their plant. Feature Story
Minden-Gardnerville Wastewater Treatment Plant – The Douglas County, Nevada plant is taking advantage of ARRA funds to add Anaerobic and Co-digestion of FOGs to its treatment process. Feature Story
water being poured into a beakerChiquita Waste Water Reclamation Plant is a renewable energy project in the the Santa Margarita Water District.

Feature story

water being poured into a beakerOrange County Water District was recognized for its success in wastewater purification for groundwater replenishment.

Feature story | Water Recycling

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