OCWD's GWRS, replenishing groundwater since 2007

March 13, 2023
Jim Vickers, president of SPI, talks about the Orange County Groundwater Replenishment System and the changes since its initial operation in 2007.

Beginning in 2007 with an initial capacity of 70 million gallons daily (MGD), the Orange County Groundwater Replenishment System is the world's largest groundwater replenishment system in operation today with a current maximum capacity of 130 MGD.

Jim Vickers, president of SPI, tells us more about the system's changes over the years.

About the Author

Jeremy Wolfe

Jeremy Wolfe is a former Editor for WaterWorld magazine.

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