Anaheim South Recycled Water Feasibility Study 

ASWRP Site Plan
The feasibility study of the Anaheim South Recycled Water Project considers replacing 770 acre feet of potable water per year consumed in the Anaheim's Platinum Triangle and Resort Areas.

The project would consist of three main components:
  1. A metering connection near E. Orangewood Avenue to capture recycled water from Orange County Water District’s Groundwater Replenishment System (GWRS) 
  2. A recycled water pump station with an approximate 50,000 gallon tank 
  3. Distribution pipelines for recycled water tank to be delivered to users for landscape irrigation and chiller uses 
The proposed location is 1050 E. Stanford Court, and approximately 8 miles of recycled water pipelines will be installed within the following streets:
Orangewood Avenue, Katella Avenue, Harbor Boulevard, Disneyland Drive, Walnut Street, West Street, Rampart Street, Clementine Street, Zeyn Street, Magic Way, and Audre Drive.

Project Contact: Dan Setty,