- Orland Sand and Gravel Corporation to Pay $675,000 Penalty for Water Quality Violations
- Cease and Desist Order Served on Kern County Oil Field Wastewater Disposal Center Company
- Both DWR and California State Water Board Issue Annual Warnings Regarding Waterborne Illnesses
- Reclamation Announces Updates for Central Valley Project South-of-Delta Allocations
- President Trump Approves California Disaster Declaration for 17 Northern California Counties
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MWD sets new water agenda
Metropolitan Water District of Southern California (MWD), the largest wholesale water seller in the state, has created a significant 25-year plan to address the growing demand for water in the region. On top of conservation efforts, MWD...
- Posted January 14, 2016
Grant addresses water quality
American Water, the largest publicly traded water and wastewater utility company in the United States, is currently accepting applications for its annual Environmental Grant Program, which provides funds for community-based environmental projects that work to improve, restore...
- Posted January 13, 2016
Oilfield wastewater: a new water supply
For more than 20 years, oilfield wastewater has been used in the Central Valley as a means of producing crops, such as oranges and grapes. Now that the California drought is in its fifth year, people in the Central Valley...
- Posted January 12, 2016
United Nations ramps up response to El Nino
The highly anticipated El Nino began hitting California and other parts of the western United States this week. The heavy snow and rain have been a both a blessing and a curse. The extreme drought that is hitting other...
- Posted January 11, 2016
Governor Brown’s water budget proposal comes under fire
On Thursday, Governor Jerry Brown outlined his proposed budget for the 2016-2017 fiscal year. Although Brown has set aside a one-time sum of $323 million to address the California drought, some water experts believe more could be done....
- Posted January 10, 2016
Nestle to help diversify water supply
To help diversify water supplies in the Inland Empire, Nestle has partnered with the Cucamonga Valley Water District to build a groundwater treatment project. The $4.7 million project will receive $1 million from Nestle over the next...
- Posted January 9, 2016
California drought leaves residents seeking financial assistance
Because the California drought has had a significant impact in the Central Valley, emergency programs for affected workers are popping up across the region. Tulare County, in particular, has seen an increase in needed assistance since the California drought came to...
- Posted January 8, 2016
Documentary focuses on impact of California drought
The drought in California has had a severe impact, both throughout the state and around the country. Filmmaker Conrad Weaver and his team decided it was important for the world to see how the drought has impacted people’s day-to-day lives. At...
- Posted January 7, 2016
Cold months means little conservation for California
Since Governor Jerry Brown implemented mandatory water use reductions last June, Californians have saved 26.3 percent, in comparison to 2013. Although this number has made great strides throughout the region, Governor Brown has considered extending the mandatory...
- Posted January 6, 2016
Water Company Purchased for $2 Million
California American Water announced the completion of the acquisition of Dunnigan Water Works, a transaction approved by the California Public Utilities Commission in November. California American Water began operating the company on December 30. The water and...
- Posted January 5, 2016