Regional Agricultural Pipeline Conversion protects recycled water resources in Lake Elsinore

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Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District, Riverside County Flood and Water Conservation District and the city of Lake Elsinore have transformed an abandoned agricultural pipeline that will move water from the district’s Regional Water Reclamation Facility into Lake Elsinore. Courtesy photo
LAKE ELSINORE – Recycled water, which once flowed through an open channel used by Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District, is now being transported through a repurposed pipeline, improving flows into Lake Elsinore. Collectively, Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District, Riverside County Flood and Water Conservation District and the city of Lake Elsinore have transformed an abandoned agricultural pipeline that will move water from the district’s Regional Water Reclamation Facility into Lake Elsinore. Previously, an open channel, which runs from Chaney Street to the lake outlet near Limited Street, was originally created to carry floodwaters out of Lake Elsinore. The new Regional Agricultural Pipeline Conversion diverts water from the open channel and connects it to an existing agricult
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