Mobile Reuse Program
Ventura Water Mobile Reuse Program
Are you drought fatigued? Due to the ongoing drought, and the need for continued 20% conservation requirements, the City of Ventura is pleased to offer Ventura residents a high quality alternative source of water to offset your potable demand for outdoor irrigation.
HOW TO GET STARTED HAULING.....3 EASY STEPS!
Contact Customer Care to sign up for training at 805-667-6500
Trainings will be held every Saturday at 1400 Spinnaker Drive
If the minimum number of 5 attendees have not signed up, you will be reassigned to the following Saturday
Time: 9am to 10am (approx. 45 minute training session)
Bring a copy of your Ventura Water bill and your Driver's License
PERMIT WILL BE ISSUED AT THE END OF TRAINING SESSION
Take your signed permit to the Treasurey Office at City Hall 501 Poli Street, Room #107
$75.00 fee per year for Residential Customers
CASH OR CHECK ONLY!!!
Provide proof of payment to the Recycled Water Attendant at the Fill Station
Location: 1400 Spinnaker Drive in Ventura CA
You will be issued a Recycled Water Mobile Reuse Program wallet card
Bring your approved and labeled container and fill with recycled water
300 GALLON MAXIMUM FILL VOLUME PER VISIT, 5.0 GALLON MINIMUM (NO LIMIT ON NUMBER OF VISITS DURING FILL STATION HRS OF OPERATION)
KNOW THE WEIGHT OF WATER: 1 GALLON = 8.34 POUNDS
300 gal. X 8.34 lbs = approx. 2,500 lbs
VENTURA WATER RECLAMATION FACILITY (VWRF) FILL STATION
VWRF FILL STATION OPEN:
Wed. thru Sat. 8am to 3pm
Recycled water is only available when the fill station is open and staffed. Any request to pick up recycled water outside of the open hours posted above will be denied.
Fill station will be closed on any day with measurable rainfall.
RECYLED WATER USES
RECYCLED WATER DON'TS!
DO NOT USE RECYCLED WATER FOR:
- DIRECT HUMAN CONSUMPTION
- PROCESSING OF FOOD OR DRINK
- ANYTHING INTENDED FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION
DO NOT CONNECT TO BURIED IRRIGATION SYSTEMS!
Tanks, pumps, hoses, and equipment that contain recycled water must not be connected to buried irrigation systems, even if those systems are disconnected from your drinking water system.
For more information on Title 22 Recycled Water Regulations click below: