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West Basin Brings Recycled Water to SoFi Stadium

SoFi Stadium lit up at night in an aerial view
September 14, 2020

Two photos of construction of SoFi Stadium, and two images of the stadium as completedWest Basin Municipal Water District recently completed a major recycled water project at SoFi Stadium, part of the landmark sports and entertainment complex currently under construction in the city of Inglewood. The project will initially deliver approximately 26 million gallons of recycled water annually to the state-of-the-art stadium and surrounding areas. Recycled water will be used to fill the stadium’s showcase decorative lake and provide irrigation water to numerous street medians and other landscaped areas. Additional recycled water supplies may be provided as future site development occurs.

SoFi Stadium serves as the home of the Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers of the NFL, and is the centerpiece of a 300-acre mixed use development featuring retail, commercial, hotel, residential, and outdoor park spaces.

“West Basin is proud to partner with SoFi Stadium and the City of Inglewood to help conserve drinking water in our region by using high-quality recycled water to meet many of the stadium’s irrigation and landscape beautification needs,” said West Basin Board President Gloria D. Gray. “This valuable partnership allows us to continue advancing environmentally sustainable communities in the West Basin service area.”

West Basin is a founding member of the Southern California Water Coalition.