This project can supply up to 1.9 million gallons per day of filtered, disinfected, recycled water in the first phase of a two-phase project. The project will serve portions of five cities in Alameda County (Alameda, Albany, Berkeley, Emeryville, and Oakland). In the first phase, up to 24 miles of distribution pipelines and two pump stations would be built and up to seven million gallons of storage will be provided. A 4.4-mile length of irrigation pipeline, already installed by Caltrans when the Eastshore Freeway (I-80) was widened, will serve as a reycled water transmission line. The recycled water will be used for landscape irrigation, industrial processes, toilet flushing in commercial buildings, and wetlands restoration. As part of this two-phase construction project, new recycled water treatment facilities, transmission and distribution lines, pump stations, and storage will be built.