Want to learn more about what water-wise plants to choose for your garden, or are you interested in facts about EBMUD projects, programs or studies? A variety of information is provided below.
Customer Pipeline Newsletter
This publication contains brief articles sharing useful information such as water conservation tips, protection of the San Francisco Bay, and discussions of water and wastewater projects, budgets and rates, as needed.
Current issue: Customer Pipeline November/December 2019
EBMUD factsheets contain information about ongoing projects, water quality, and other customer related issues.
Curricula and classroom materials
Classroom materials are distributed free to public and private schools in EBMUD's service area and near EBMUD's Sierra foothills facilities (Amador and Calaveras counties, Lodi and Linden). Classroom materials are aligned with state standards and can be ordered online. Learn more information about EBMUD's school program.
This award-winning book contains more than 525 beautiful color photographs and features 650 Californian and Mediterranean plants well suited to summer-dry climates of the Bay Area and beyond.
Find out about EBMUD's work to deliver high-quality water and protect the Bay with award-winning wastewater treatment programs. EBMUD publishes a biennial report corresponding to its budget and an annual report on water quality.
This document summarizes the efforts taken in all EBMUD operations and policies to improve sustainability.
This document summarizes the key initiatives deployed and the approach, actions, and insights captured from the 2014-2016 drought response.
|2016-2017 EBMUD Biennial Report||3.8 MB|
|2014-2015 EBMUD Biennial Report||2.5 MB|
|2012-2013 EBMUD Biennial Report||3.2 MB|
|2010-2011 EBMUD Biennial Report||2.6 MB|
|2015 Annual Water Quality Report||1.2 MB|
|2014 Annual Water Quality Report||3.8 MB|
|2013 Annual Water Quality Report||1.8 MB|
Water conservation studies
Studies help EBMUD evaluate technologies and methods.
|California Single-Family Water Use Efficiency Study (June 2011)||7.7 MB|
|Multi-Family Submetering and Allocation Billing Program Study||9.9 MB|
|Residential Indoor Water Conservation Study||2.0 MB|
|Water Conservation's Marketing Penetration Study||1.8 MB|