Inland Empire Brine Line
The Brine Line, a unique facility available in only a few regions of the state, provides an economical way for industry to dispose of salty wastewater produced through manufacturing and water treatment processes.learn more
Roundtables / Task Forces
SAWPA excels at regional planning, ensuring a range of voices in creating and implementing efforts to protect the river watershed, respect the environment and provide cleaner water supplies.learn more
SAWPA’s work in the Santa Ana River Watershed advances projects and programs that build water resiliency and promote collaborative, innovative responses to water planning, all of which help address drought conditions.learn more
Watershed Cloud Seeding Feasibility Study
Interest in the Santa Ana River Watershed Weather Modification for Water Supply Feasibility (Cloud Seeding) Study continues to grow. Here is a Youtube link https://youtu.be/y6duR7TdfUw to a presentation about the weather modification process by Garratt Cammans of North American Weather Consultants that was shared with the SAWPA Commission on December 1, 2020.
- January 18, 2022
SAWPA Member Agencies
SAWPA is a Joint Powers Authority that delivers regional water solutions supporting its member agencies. The authority plans and builds multi-benefit projects increasing water supply, protecting water quality, providing recreation opportunities and restoring the environment of the Santa Ana River Watershed.
Praise from Our Customers
Part of our mission statement as a company is to conserve the world’s energy and resources. I think conserving water and being able to use the Brine Line is part of that mission statement. The Brine Line has been the most reliable, low cost option for us to remove water from the site.
We wouldn’t be able to operate without the Brine Line.
There are no other feasible alternatives to the Brine Line.