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The Ironhouse Sanitary District’s Recycled Water Fill Station is closing for the season on Friday, Nov. 19, at 5 p.m.
The District would like to thank all who participated in our recycled water program. This summer, the District saw the number of customers at the Fill Station more than triple from the past two years. Since the reopening of the Fill Station in May of 2021, the District has given away over 1 million gallons of recycled water to residents. As with every year since we opened the Fill Station, the weather began to change earlier this month with rain and fog keeping the ground damp, the number of users started to slow.
Recycled water can be used to irrigate lawns, trees, plants, vegetable gardens, clean patio furniture, and more. Those who took the time to use Ironhouse’s recycled water saved the drain on potable drinking water during the drought when every gallon counts.
Ironhouse opened its Recycled Water Fill Station in July of 2015, during the height of the drought conditions, and has continued to reopen the Fill Station every spring, summer, and fall since. To learn more about the District’s Recycled Water Fill Station, go to www.ironhousesanitarydistrict.com/230/Recycled-Water.