About Us
Team Mighty Microbe

TRG & Associates

Public Relations and Marketing Services specializing in environmental issues

City of Corona

Located within commuting distance of Los Angeles and vibrant Orange County, Corona continues to draw new residents and businesses. But as with many such growth centers of the West, Corona is situated in an arid region where existing water supply cannot accommodate greater demand. Faced with tremendous water supply challenges, Corona has chosen to embrace bold, far-sighted solutions; including significant expansion of recycled water usage and groundwater recharge to keep the underground aquifer at a healthy, sustainable level.

        TRG worked closely with Corona for a number of years on a public outreach campaign that is seen as a model for similar communities. In 2003 the California Water Environment Association honored the City with awards at both the local and statewide level for this winning public outreach program.


Monterey Regional
Water Pollution Control Agency


Leucadia Wastewater District


San Diego County Water Authority


Intellergy Corporation


WateReuse Foundation


Santa Clara County Parks


City of Palmdale


East Bay Municipal Utility District


Victor Valley Wastewater
Reclamation Agency


Central Contra Costa
Solid Waste Authority


City of Corona


Big Bear Area Regional
Wastewater Agency


Cucamonga Valley Water District


South Bay Water Recycling


Santa Clara Valley Urban Runoff
Pollution Prevention Program


City of San Diego
Think Blue Campaign


Team Mighty Microbe



Corona Golf Course
Corona Brochure
Corona School Brochure
Strategic Plan
Strategic Plan
TRG developed a logo, brochure, numerous newsletter articles, and text for Corona’s website. We also developed fact sheets and wrote press releases.
Corona Brochure
This brochure explained how recycled water is used on school grounds and was produced in English and Spanish versions.
Corona School Brochure
The Strategic Plan was developed to have a “road map” for the outreach and customer marketing campaign. It described the potential issues and challenges that the City could face and offered strategies, recommended materials, and how to best work to connect recycled water customers from the residential, industrial, business, and educational sectors.
Strategic Plan