Western Riverside County Regional Wastewater Authority (WRCRWA)

The Western Riverside County Regional Wastewater Authority (WRCRWA) facility is essential to providing wastewater treatment services to the community. The facility can treat up to 14 million gallons per day of wastewater (sewage).

Wastewater is treated at a tertiary level (one of the highest treatment levels) and the resulting recycled water is currently discharged to the Santa Ana River.

The facility uses cutting-edge technologies to minimize odors resulting from the treatment processes.

Besides the health and welfare benefits the community receives, the facility will soon be capable of delivery of recycled water for local uses on parks, nurseries and other outdoor spaces while reducing the region’s dependence on imported water.

WRCRWA is a joint powers authority consisting of the cities of Norco, Corona, Jurupa Community Services District, Home Gardens Sanitary District and Western.

WRCRWA Treatment Plant Community Tour

Saturday, October 7, 2023 | 9 a.m. - 11 a.m. | 14634 River Road, Eastvale, CA 92880

WRCRWA’s Member Agencies hope you will join us for this great opportunity to tour the plant and learn first-hand how wastewater from toilets and drains is made into clean, recycled water. You will see the newest, state-of-the-art improvements designed to enhance odor control and performance to meet the needs of our growing communities. 

There’s a lot of ground to cover, so please wear comfortable, closed-toe shoes. 

For more information, contact Jayne Hansen at 951-789-5132 or jhansen@wmwd.com.

WRCRWA Board Agenda and Packets

WRCRWA Board Agenda and Packets can be downloaded from the www.wrcrwa.org website.

For more information on Western Riverside County Regional Wastewater Authority, visit www.wrcrwa.org

Sewer System Management Plan

The Sanitary Sewer Management Plan outlines and documents the activities that WRCRWA utilizes to manage its wastewater collection system effectively. Effective management of a collection system includes:

Minimizing the number and impact of sanitary sewer overflows 

  • Providing adequate sewer capacity to convey peak flows 
  • Maintaining and improving the condition of the collection system infrastructure to provide reliable service into the future

Sewer System Management Plan