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Why is Recycled Water Use Important?

The use of renewable energy sources, as well as, the responsible stewardship of natural resources is important for the sustainability of future generations. Using Recycled Water to irrigate parks,  green belts (common areas), schools, commercial properties and golf courses, conserves potable drinking water for domestic use.  Beaumont Cherry Valley Water District (District) relies, for the most part, on an underground aquifer called the Beaumont Basin to supply Domestic Potable Water to our customers.  To replenish the Beaumont Basin aquifer, the District purchases imported water that is subsequently delivered to our Noble Creek Recharge Facility Phase I and Phase II, located east of Beaumont Ave. and North of Brookside Ave.  The ponds at the Noble Creek Recharge Facility provide an opportunity to replenish the Beaumont Basin with imported and local surface water.  This water can then be naturally filtered by the soil as it travels down to the Beaumont Basin where high quality water is stored for future use.  Maximizing the use of local resources, like Recycled Water, reduces the District’s dependence on imported water supplies by reducing the amount of water needed to replenish the Beaumont Basin aquifer.

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