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In its ongoing commitment to helping customers conserve water, ISD has reopened its Residential Recycled Water Fill Station for the summer season. Now in its fifth year, the fill station provides local residents and businesses with recycled water free of charge that can be used for irrigation purposes. Up to 300 gallons can be dispensed per visit.
Since the station opened in 2015, more than 800 people have signed up to use the service. Many return regularly for water to irrigate lawns, trees, and gardens. Recycled water can also be used to wash cars and clean off driveways and decks.
Anyone from Oakley or Bethel Island can sign up to receive recycled water free of charge. Residents from outside ISD’s service area can obtain the recycled water for a nominal fee.
The Fill Station hours are Wednesday 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturday 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
For more information on the program and updates for this summer season, visit here.