Have you ever wondered what happens to the water you use after it goes down the drain?
To find out, join us on a fascinating and educational tour of Sacramento’s regional wastewater treatment plant. Regional San conducts FREE group tours on specific dates (mornings and afternoons) each year. You’ll also learn how our new Plant upgrade – known as the EchoWater Project – will help us meet new, strict environmental regulations.
Reservations are required, as space is limited, with preference given to Regional San customers. Guests must be 16 years or older.
Due to safety reasons, no one under the age of 16 is allowed on these tours.
Tours include walking indoors and outdoors, and some stair climbing. Light refreshments are provided.
NOTE: Must be 16 years or older. Due to safety reasons, no one under the age of 16 is allowed on these tours.
Please fill out the form below to reserve spots for you and other members of your group. Please indicate your preferred tour date/time, complete all required boxes on the tour reservation form, then press “Submit.”
If the tour date you have selected is full, we will contact you and work with you directly to identify an alternate tour date.
Space on each tour date is limited. Our coordinator will confirm your tour reservation and send detailed directions to the Plant. Please do not show up for a tour unless you have received a confirmation from our tour coordinator.
For questions, to reserve your space over the phone, or for other tour requests, please call us at (916) 876-6120.
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