The Water Replenishment District (WRD) is constructing a new 13,000 acre-feet per year Advanced Water Treatment Facility (AWTF) in the city of Pico Rivera. The AWTF is part of an overall program titled Groundwater Replenishment Improvement Program (GRIP). The AWTF process will be designed as a multi-barrier treatment process that includes: Ultrafiltration (UF), Reverse Osmosis (RO) and Ultraviolet Light Advanced Oxidation Process (UVAOP). South California Edison (SCE) offers building owner incentives for energy cost savings. The WRD GRIP AWTF is expected to take advantage of the maximum incentives offered through reductions in energy consumption at the plant due to innovative design concepts and implementation of the latest technology.
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