Perris, CA (February 9, 2024) — Eastern Municipal Water
District was recognized this week by CalDesal with its
inaugural Institutional Achievement Award for its efforts to
promote water desalination as a safe, sustainable and reliable
water supply source.
Cal Desal is an industry organization committed to advancing
ocean and groundwater desalination as a viable resource to
ensure a sustainable water future for communities throughout
Perris, CA (February 2, 2024) — As part of its ongoing
commitment to being a partner to the environment, Eastern
Municipal Water District (EMWD) is proud to celebrate World
Wetlands Day on February 2.
EMWD operates a man-made Wetlands facility at its San Jacinto
Valley Regional Water Reclamation Facility. The facility hosts
public birding tours and is the home to EMWD’s
nationally-recognized education program, which hosts regular
field trips at the facility for students in EMWD’s service
Perris, CA (December 27, 2023) — A local elementary school
student knows the importance of doing investigative work to
find a water-wasting leak.
Brixton Rael, a third-grader at Calvary Chapel School in Moreno
Valley, was recently honored by having his artwork included in
the annual 2024 “Being Water Wise Is…” calendar, presented by
The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California and its
member agencies, including Eastern Municipal Water District
Perris, CA (December 19, 2023) — For the past decade, the
Hemet-San Jacinto Watermaster has been a critical administrator
of a regional effort to create long-term groundwater
sustainability throughout the San Jacinto Valley.
The Watermaster is comprised of representatives from the four
public agencies that rely on the San Jacinto Groundwater Basin
– Eastern Municipal Water District (EMWD), Lake Hemet Municipal
Water District (Lake Hemet), and the cities of Hemet and San
Jacinto. Private groundwater producers are also represented on
its Board of Directors.
Perris, CA (November 16, 2023) — Have you thanked your toilet
Eastern Municipal Water District (EMWD) is celebrating World
Toilet Day on November 19 by showing its appreciation to the
role the porcelain thrones play in protecting public and
environmental health throughout not only our service area, but
EMWD operates the region’s wastewater collection system and
treats nearly 46 million gallons of wastewater each day. And a
portion of that originates at hundreds of thousands of toilets
throughout EMWD’s service area.