The City operates a 2 1/2 million gallon per day Wastewater Treatment Plant. This plant is located at the former George Air Force Base, now known as the Southern California Logistics Airport (SCLA). This plant treats industrial waste from a Dr. Pepper/Snapple bottling plant along with domestic waste from the SCLA and the northwestern area of the City of Victorville. High-quality recycled water is produced from the plant that is used for irrigation at the SCLA and cooling water for a power generation plant.
The remainder of wastewater from the City of Victorville flows through the Victor Valley Water Reclamation Authority's (VVWRA) wastewater treatment plant.
For potential dischargers to the SCLA Wastewater Treatment Plant, please see Victorville Water District's Pretreatment Ordinance.