Water recycling is a critical component of the water resources management strategy for the Chino Basin. The State of California has determined that the reuse of highly treated recycled water is the only new major source of water available to meet the Southern California’s growing water demand. Recycled water is a proven technology and implementing its use will provide a more dependable local supply of water, as well as, reduce the likelihood of water rationing during droughts. In addition, use of recycled water for groundwater recharge has been made an integral part of the Chino Basin Watermaster ”Peace Agreement” implementing the Chino Basin Optimum Basin Management Program and Inland Empire Utilities Agency’s Urban Water Management Plan. The construction of recycled water projects across the Inland Empire Utilities Agency (IEUA) service area is vital to the protection and enhancement of the safe yield and water quality of the Chino Groundwater Basin.