2018 Annual Report Cover Page

2018 Annual Report

As a member of the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California (MWD), the Agency is the supplemental water provider for western San Bernardino County. Approximately 30% of the water used in the region is imported from the State Water Project through MWD. Since 2009, imported water deliveries from northern California declined from a high of […] Continue Reading

2017 Annual Report Cover Page

2017 Annual Report

The Inland Empire Utilities Agency (IEUA/Agency) continues to lead the way for innovation, resource management and stewardship. We exemplify the utility mission of maintaining quality resources while mutually promoting environmental awareness. In a world in which water supply is never guaranteed, IEUA makes sustainability, drought resiliency and water resource management top priorities […] Continue Reading

2016 Annual Report cover

2016 Annual Report

At a time when the State faces uncertain water supply conditions, renewable resource management is imperative. The Inland Empire Utilities Agency (IEUA/Agency) exemplifies the utility mission of maintaining quality resources while mutually promoting environmental awareness […] Continue Reading

IEUA 2015 Annual Report

2015 Annual Report

In 2015, the Inland Empire Utilities Agency (IEUA/Agency) celebrated its 65th year of service to the Chino Basin.

During the past 65 years, IEUA has served as a shining example of how a small agency can transform into a regional custodian of water resource reliability and resiliency. During this historic drought, it is more important now than ever to uphold that standard of reliability and continue to lead the way in water resource management […] Continue Reading

2014 Annual Report Cover Page

2014 Annual Report

Water is a precious natural resource that must be used wisely. California’s Water supply is drastically low: rivers and reservoirs are below record lows; precipitation has decreased; and snowpack levels are below average. Due to these record-low water supply conditions, the state of California is facing a drought. California’s dry conditions make it more important now than ever to use water wisely and invest sustainability efforts. Inland Empire Utilities Agency is committed to providing services and programs in order to ensure a reliable water supply for the region […] Continue Reading

2013 Annual Report Cover Page

2013 Annual Report

Located in San Bernardino County and serving approximately 850,000 residents in a 242-square mile service area, the Inland Empire Utilities Agency (IEUA) focuses on supplying imported water; collecting, treating, and recycling wastewater; and providing other utility-related services to the communities it serves […] Continue Reading

2012 Annual Report Cover page

2012 Annual Report

Located in San Bernardino County and serving approximately 850,000 residents in a 242-square mile service area, the Inland Empire Utilities Agency (IEUA) focuses on supplying imported water; collecting, treating, and recycling wastewater; and providing other utility-related services to the communities it serves. […] Continue Reading

2011 Annual Report Cover Page

2011 Annual Report

The Inland Empire Utilities Agency (IEUA), a municipal water district, was formed in 1950 to supply supplemental water to the Chino Basin. Since then, IEUA has expanded its responsibility to provide industrial and municipal wastewater collection and treatment. IEUA operates four regional water-recycling facilities that treat approximately 60 million gallons of wastewater per day […] Continue Reading

2010 Annual Report Cover Page

2010 Annual Report

IEUA’s four wastewater facilities currently produce approximately 60 million gallons of recycled water each day that can be used for a variety of non drinking applications including irrigation, industrial use, and replenishing local ground water aquifers. The Inland Empire Regional Recycled Water Project is an aggressive program to expand delivery of high quality recycled water to guarantee that the Chino Basin is protected from future droughts and other water shortages […] Continue Reading

2009 Annual Report Cover Page

2009 Annual Report

THE INLAND EMPIRE UTILITIES AGENCY was formed in 1950 to supply supplemental water to the Chino Basin. Today, the agency is involved in recycled water distribution, compost, renewable power generation from solar and methane gas, water conservation and water desalination […] Continue Reading