Tag Archives: industry

Helix WD Approves Customer Assistance Program

Last week Helix Water District’s Board of Directors approved funding for the district’s first financial customer assistance program which will help east county residents impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. According to a statement on the district’s website, the program will offer a one-time credit of a maximum of $300 per …

Read More »

Electro Scan Inc. Awarded 14th International Patent for Breakthrough Water Leak Detection Technology

California-based cleantech leader, Electro Scan Inc., announced its 14th international patent for its groundbreaking multi-sensor technology that accurately locates & measures water leaks. While traditional solutions ‘listen’ for a leak or rely on cameras to ‘see’ a leak, Electro Scan’s machine-intelligent probe automatically measures leaks by locating actual cracks & …

Read More »

Webinar series promotes water conservation and public health

Walnut Valley Water District (WVWD) has partnered with San Gabriel Valley Mosquito and Vector Control District (SGVMVCD) to offer residents a free webinar series that promotes water conservation and public health. “The world of water and mosquitoes is deeply intertwined in our neighborhoods,” said Levy Sun, SGVMVCD Public Information Officer. …

Read More »

UCR Student Team Receives Grant from EPA

A team of students from the University of California, Riverside (UCR), have been awarded a People, Prosperity and the Planet (P3) grant by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for their Small-Scale Solar Desalination for Drinking Water project. “We want to congratulate the UCR team for its exemplary work on …

Read More »

CVWD Increases Efficiency while Providing for the Community

The Cucamonga Valley Water District’s (CVWD) water delivery system is made up of pipelines, storage reservoirs, wells and booster pumps. The delivery system is delineated into multiple pressure zones due to the elevation changes throughout the District. The District has 8 major pressure zones to meet the needs of 200,000 …

Read More »