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OCWD - April 22, 2021
The City of Westminster and Orange County Water District (OCWD) are co-sponsoring a fall art contest for middle and high school students to promote and encourage water conservation.
U.S. Local Government News via PUBT - Powered by Dow Jones - April 22, 2021
of Prado Dam, and along the Mill Creek and Chino Creek tributaries. During the signing, Balten recognized the Orange County Water District ...
Truthout - April 17, 2021
luck, there are other ways to do water reuse. Orange County, California Orange County Water District (OCWD) is a world leader in water
Orange County Water District - April 14, 2021
Managing two very different groundwater basins in Orange County and Los Angeles County, the Orange County Water District (OCWD) and the Water Replenishment District of Southern California (WRD) will discuss their innovative approaches to groundwater basin management in their respective service areas.
California Water News
KPBS-FM - April 21, 2021
has declared an emergency executive order in two Northern California counties in response to drought conditions affecting much of the state.
Science Advances - April 21, 2021
for managed aquifer recharge to support sustainable water resources (California Department of Water Resources, 2018). ↵ S. Alam, M.
Stanford News - April 21, 2021
could help California water managers plan for and redirect floodwaters toward groundwater aquifers, alleviating both flood and drought risks
Water Quality Products Magazine - April 21, 2021
first Human Right to Water policy in the nation. The needs assessment covers three main areas including: identifying California small water
Vegetable Growers News - April 20, 2021
The 2020-21 California drought has led to significant water cutbacks, compelling farmers to fallow ground and public officials to respond
AgNet West - April 20, 2021
the San Joaquin Valley, significantly reducing their capacity to carry water,” Senator Feinstein said in a press release . “However, we
California Globe - April 19, 2021
state’s politicians? Don’t they need water too? The human cost of over-regulation is bleeding California businesses, agriculture and middle
Santa Cruz Sentinel - April 17, 2021
before: California is in the grip of a severe drought. Again. Now the federal government is stepping in to help. To assist California,
National Water News
Engineering News Record - April 21, 2021
set a national drinking water standard for two compounds—perfluorooctane sulfonate, or PFOS, and perfluorooctanoic acid, PFOA—within two
ScienceDaily - April 21, 2021
A. Birkland, Todd Schenk. Addressing the contribution of indirect potable reuse to inland freshwater salinization. Nature Sustainability,
Interesting Engineering - April 21, 2021
California was illegally exporting water. However, Congress passed a law overturning the Supreme Court's decision and allowed California to
United States Senate - April 15, 2021
on funding, resilience, small, disadvantaged communities, stormwater, and water reuse and look forward to working with the Committee as this
Water Reuse & Desal
Today.com - April 22, 2021
The Colorado Sun - April 21, 2021
often faces tougher quality control tests than river or lake water. Water reuse is safe. Another key point is that we’ve been relying on
Coastal News Today - April 20, 2021
Chica Wetlands has urged the Santa Ana Regional Water Quality Control Board to approve the Huntington Beach Seawater Desalination Project’s
Monterey County Weekly - April 20, 2021
to support the Pure Water Monterey expansion or a desalination plant proposed by California American Water, board members voted against
Technology - April 17, 2021
drinkable water, or water for agriculture or industry, from the ocean or wastewater. Either before or after the removal of salt, the water
WaterReuse - April 23, 2021
Join the WaterReuse California Communications Collabrorative Group Wednesday, April 28 from 10 am to 11:30 am

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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