- SOMA Environmental Engineering Disqualified from Participating in State Water Board Cleanup Fund
- San Joaquin Tributaries Authority Files Suit Over Unimpaired Delta Flow Proposal
- City of Glendale to Pay $653,000 Penalty for Violating Underground Storage Tank Regulations
- Draft Procedures of Environmentally Sensitive Waterways from Dredge and Fill Activities Released
- Rowland Water District Adopts Shared Resources Agreement With Public Water Agencies Group
All posts tagged "drought"
Reclamation includes four California projects for desalination and water purification research
The Bureau of Reclamation has selected 16 projects throughout the country to receive $3.5 million for desalination and water purification research. Four of the projects are in California and will receive a total of $778,424. Two of...
- Posted August 16, 2018
Four Oakland Companies Cited, Fined over Clean Water Act Violations
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced settlements with four Oakland industrial companies last week for Clean Water Act violations. Each of the companies had failed to develop and implement an adequate stormwater pollution prevention plan and...
- Posted August 15, 2018
12th Annual SBC Water Conference’s Common Message: There’s Enough Water, it’s how it’s Managed
Friday’s 12th Annual San Bernardino County (SBC) Water Conference hosted a plethora of water experts as panelists and moderators as well as two featured speakers for more than 300 attendees at the Ontario DoubleTree Hotel and Conference...
- Posted August 13, 2018
Five Star and Urban Waters Restoration Program Awards Grants to Three California Projects
Three organizations in California have been announced as recent recipients of grant awards from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF’s) Five Star and Urban Waters Restoration Program provided by the Wildlife Habitat Council, with major funding...
- Posted August 12, 2018
Water Seen as Most Important Environmental Issue in Recent Public Policy Institute Survey
According to a recent Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC) survey, drought and water supply have been identified as the most frequently named topic when likely voters are asked about the most important environmental issue facing the...
- Posted August 11, 2018
Protecting the drinking water supply in Lake Sonoma Watershed with Fire Cameras Approved
Plans targeting the protection of the drinking water supply for more than 600,000 residents in Sonoma and Marin counties received a major boost earlier this week when the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors approved a network of...
- Posted August 10, 2018
Reclamation proposes fee collections for day use and boat launch areas at Lake Berryessa
Day use and boat launch areas at Capell Cove Boat Launch, Oak Shores and Smittle Creek Day Use Areas at Lake Berryessa could soon see fee collections for those using the popular recreation areas. The proposed fees...
- Posted July 30, 2018
Crystal Geyser, Two Other Companies Charged with Transporting Arsenic in Wastewater
CG Roxane, LLC (Crystal Geyser), United Pumping Services, Inc. and United Storm Water, Inc. are now each facing a statutory maximum fine of $8 million on a 16-count indictment recently returned by a United States Attorney’s Office,...
- Posted July 26, 2018
Lab Owner Pleads Guilty to Underground Storage Tank Cleanup Fund Fraud
A recent investigation by the California Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program (ELAP) and the State Water Resources Control Board at the Cal Tech Environmental Laboratories (CTEL) in Paramount uncovered evidence of gaps in the chain of custody, altered...
- Posted July 24, 2018
State Water Board Releases Guidelines for PFOA and PFOS in Drinking Water
The State Water Resources Control Board released on Friday new guidelines for testing and reporting on PFOA and PFOS in drinking water. The new guidelines will allow local water agencies procedures to follow in detecting and reporting...
- Posted July 16, 2018