Wednesday, September 23, 2009
The Twin Oaks Valley Water Treatment Plant is the largest submerged membrane water treatment plant in the world and the first treatment plant built by the San Diego County Water Authority. Construction was completed under budget and on schedule, in April 2008.
Located next to the Water Authority's aqueduct in a semi-rural area north of the city of San Marcos, the high-capacity treatment plant produces up to 100 million gallons of treated water per day -- enough to supply up to 220,000 typical four-person households each year.
For more info about the plant, see the Twin Oaks Fact Sheet or the SDCWA Twin Oaks website .
Date: Wednesday, Sept 23, 2009
Cost: Non-members, $40; No cost to ISA members, guests of the speaker, employees of the facility and those who join at the door.
RSVP: Mike Wallace at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Location: See map below. Take Twin Oaks Valley Road north of Deer Springs Road. Located near intersection with Calle de Cristo in San Marcos.
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