Monterey One Water’s Regional Treatment Plant (RTP) is located two miles north of the city of Marina. The facility began operation in February of 1990 and was constructed to bring regional efficiency to the treatment of wastewater, to improve water quality, and to provide cooperative water solutions for the community.
The Regional Treatment Plant is home to three treatment processes:
In addition to a low interest loan through the State Revolving Fund, state and federal grant funding was received to lower the amount of borrowed funds: • $15 M Prop 1 Recycled Water Grant • $4.1 million from U.S. Bureau of Reclamation’s Water Infrastructure Improvements for the Nation (WIIN) Act
Operations and Maintenance Funding: Sale of purified water