RWQCB rescinds waste discharge order for Anza Pines Mobile Park

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The Regional Water Quality Control Board rescinded the waste discharge order for the Anza Pines Mobile Park. The unanimous RWQCB vote Wednesday, Nov. 18, does not eliminate the waste discharge restrictions but rather incorporates the campground into the Riverside County’s Local Agency Management Plan for on-site wastewater treatment systems. The discharge requirements will be regulated by the county’s Department of Environmental Health. Anza Pines Mobile Park is located in the 53600 block of Highway 371. The on-site wastewater treatment system consists of five septic tanks which drain to a leach field. Domestic wastewater which is collected from the 52 recreational vehicle spaces, a store, an office building and a restroom and laundry facility is discharged into the septic system
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