Recycled water project reaches milestone in Encinitas Ranch (CA)

One of Encinitas’ largest residential neighborhoods is weaning itself away from using drinking water to irrigate its parks, trails and landscaping, and celebrated a major milestone in the process this week.  Officials with San Dieguito Water Authority, San Elijo Joint Powers Authority and the Encinitas Ranch Community Association gathered at Las Verdes Park to christen the first phase of the project that will ultimately convert all of irrigation systems of the community association, city walking trails, and Fox Point Farms to recycled water.    Read the article…………….


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