Video Highlights Recycled Water Expansion Project

September  08, 2016

Napa Sanitation District (NSD) has created a video highlighting the recently completed recycled water expansion projects. The video informs the community about these forward-thinking projects and celebrates the partners and funders who made these resource recovery projects possible.

The projects featured in the video include upgrades to the NSD treatment plant, construction of the 5-mile Milliken-Sarco-Tulocay (MST) Recycled Water Pipeline, and the construction of the 9-mile Los Carneros Water District Recycled Pipeline.
The video can be found on the Napa Sanitation District’s Facebook page at:
The recycled water pipeline projects were completed in partnership with Napa County, the Los Carneros Water District, and local landowners. Together these projects will reduce the demand on the groundwater table and save potable water from being used for irrigation.
NSD would like to thank Congressman Mike Thompson, City of Napa Mayor Jill Techel, Napa County Supervisors Keith Caldwell and Mark Luce, NSD Board Member David Graves, Steven Moore with the State Water Resources Control Board, Los Carneros Water District President John Stewart, and NSD General Manager Timothy Healy for their interviews that are included in the video.  NSD would also like to thank Shutterbolt Film and Media who produced the video.
Napa Sanitation District provides wastewater collection, treatment, and disposal services to the residents and businesses in the City of Napa, Silverado Country Club, the Napa County Airport and several adjacent unincorporated areas. NSD also provides recycled water service to portions of southern Napa County and is a member of the North Bay Water Reuse Authority. Covering 20 square miles, NSD has been serving the community since November 1945. For further information about the District, please see