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Wall Street Journal - 05.17.2019
Would you drink recycled sewage? The Orange County Water District in Southern California held thousands of tours and community meetings on its potable reuse project.
Times Record - FinancialContent - 05.27.2019
Another project I am proud of is the Burris Pump Station with Orange County Water District. This project transfers up to 200 cubic feet per
California Water News
Daily Republic - 05.27.2019
for local incidents, such as wildfires, power outages, flood response.” The California For All CERT and Listos Preparedness Conference is
The Fresno Bee - 05.26.2019
average for this time of year, according to the California Department of Water Resources. Central Sierra snow sensors have recorded snowpack
Merced Sun-Star - 05.26.2019
concern about the potential for failure of the spillway of a flood control dam on a Southern California river where 1.4 million people live
The Mercury News - 05.24.2019
support as a response not only to drought but also to forecasts that climate change will cause California to receive more precipitation as
AgNet West - 05.23.2019
this year. Advertisement As of May 22, the California Department of Water Resources shows that the state’s snowpack sits at 159 percent of
National Water News
Pacific Standard - 05.22.2019
this year, California officials declared the state to be drought-free after more than seven years. And this week, California is expected to
Water Reuse & Desal
Health News Digest - 05.23.2019
The expansion of water reuse is possible, but it’s not without its own set of challenges. A country may struggle to meet its water reuse

About Orange County Water District (OCWD)
OCWD manages the large groundwater basin that underlies north and central Orange County and provides water to approximately 2.5 million people. OCWD is a special district established by the California State Legislature in 1933 and governed by a 10‐member board of directors. It is committed to enhancing Orange County’s groundwater quality and reliability in an environmentally friendly and economical manner. The following cities utilize the groundwater basin managed by OCWD: Anaheim, Buena Park, Costa Mesa, Cypress, Fountain Valley, Fullerton, Garden Grove, Huntington Beach, Irvine, La Palma, Los Alamitos, Newport Beach, Orange, Placentia, Santa Ana, Seal Beach, Stanton, Tustin, Villa Park, Westminster and Yorba Linda. For more information, please visit www.ocwd.com.
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