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OCWD - November 18, 2020
This 10-minute video gives viewers a comprehensive look at the Groundwater Replenishment System and how it impacts Orange County Water District's management of the Orange County Groundwater Basin.
Orange County Water District - November 16, 2020
The Orange County Water District’s (OCWD; the District) commitment to sound financial management was reaffirmed when Fitch Ratings assigned the District’s obligations a ‘AAA’ rating, a designation it has achieved annually since 2008. Fitch Ratings cited the District as having a robust financial profile that includes strong liquidity, competitive pricing, and very low operating costs
Orange County Water District - November 13, 2020
California Water News
UPI.com - November 18, 2020
's biggest water users. All five clusters showed high rates of water conservation during California's mega drought, but the data showed the
CBS San Francisco - November 17, 2020
this point, another dry year would certainly move the state in drought direction. As of Tuesday, California is off to a late start. “But the
JD Supra - November 17, 2020
of issues affecting water service providers, as well as how such issues are addressed in California, where Governor Newsom will presumably
Dredging Today - November 15, 2020
, California’s Central Valley Flood Protection Board, California Department of Water Resources and the Sacramento Area Flood Control Agency
Santa Ynez Valley News - November 14, 2020
Groundwater sustainability plans are due at the California Department of Water Resources by January 2022, and complete draft versions are
InsuranceNewsNet - November 14, 2020
monitoring and completion of a seismic stability analysis. The Oroville Dam Safety Comprehensive Needs Assessment was first initiated in
WestSide Story NewsPaper - November 12, 2020
of Southern California? There is an extraordinary number of state and federal regulations to ensure the safety of our drinking water. My job
California Water News Daily - November 12, 2020
Interior Department and Bureau of Reclamation have navigated complicated California water policy to secure multiple achievements in order to
Legislative Analysts Office - November 10, 2020
Many Californians Lack Access to Drinking Water That Is Safe and Affordable. Despite federal and state water quality standards, over one million Californians currently lack access to safe drinking water. This is primarily because these residents receive their water from systems and domestic wells that do not consistently meet those established standards.
National Water News
SCV News - November 13, 2020
California eastward across New Mexico,” the agency wrote in the Drought Monitor report. Extreme drought is growing in Northern California,
Growing Returns - EDF Voices - November 12, 2020
contributing to a recharge project. Allow for and encourage water reuse and replenishment. Examples include intentionally replenishing water
Water Reuse & Desal
High Plains Journal - November 18, 2020
Mark Ibekwe with the ARS Agricultural Water Efficiency and Salinity Research Unit in Riverside, California, and UCR soil chemist Daniel
EconoTimes - November 17, 2020
case of direct potable reuse in Alberta and possibly Canada. Safe to consume Treating municipal wastewater for potable reuse involves
U.S. House of Representatives - November 16, 2020
Overwhelmingly Passes Rep. Peters’ Bill to Advance San Diego Water Recycling Program, Saving Ratepayer Dollars and Promoting Healthy Oceans
Water & Wastes Digest - November 15, 2020
. Much like CIP monitoring solutions, Ecolab developed a product called Inspexx/Water Reuse System to address this need. It can be used to
Southern California Water Coalition - November 15, 2020
Water: Too Precious to Use Just Once is a short and informative three-part video series produced by the Southern California Water Coalition’s Water Recycling Task Force that tells the story of how recycled water will help Southern California build a resilient water supply for the future.

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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