- North Coast Board Issues General Waste Discharge Requirements for Dairies
- Reclamation Announces 2020 Colorado River Operating Conditions
- Water right license revoked by State Water Board
- Reclamation Offering Grant Funding to Prepare for Drought Resiliency Projects in 2020 and 2021
- Rhys Vineyards, LLC Agrees to Pay $3.7 Million for Multiple Violations of Federal Clean Water Act
All posts tagged "infrastructure"
Water infrastructure improvement project begins in Atherton
Cal Water has started a water infrastructure upgrade in the Lloyden Park neighborhood of Atherton that will strengthen water system reliability and infrastructure resiliency for customers’ everyday needs, plus enhance fire protection in the area for first...
- Posted August 18, 2019
Oroville Dam spillway boat ramp once again open to public
The Spillway Boat Ramp and parking lots are now open to the public on a limited basis the Department of Water Resources (DWR) announced last week. The ramp and parking lots will be open Friday through Sunday...
- Posted August 15, 2019
Dominguez Technology Center now connected to West Basin MWD’s Recycled Water System
Carson-based West Basin Municipal Water District (WBMWD) achieved a milestone last week when they completed and celebrated the connection of the Dominguez Technology Center to the water district’s recycled water system. Dominguez Technology Center, also in Carson,...
- Posted August 12, 2019
New Morro Bay Wastewater Treatment Plant Green-Lighted by California Coastal Commission
Morro Bay’s aging wastewater treatment plant, built in 1953, is located near the beach and the city’s high school – and is now failing to meet Clean Water Act standards. But a recent unanimous vote by the...
- Posted August 9, 2019
Installation of San Diego’s Advanced Water Metering Infrastructure Beset with Problems
An audit of the city of San Diego’s Public Utilities Department (PUD) and its installation of Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) has revealed a project beset with problems since 2015. In 2012 the city’s (PUD) entered into a...
- Posted July 17, 2019
Federal Judge Remands Cadiz Water Project Pipeline Evaluation Back to BLM for Explicit Explanation
Judge George H. Wu of the Los Angeles Central District Federal Court recently issued a ruling in two consolidated cases brought against the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and the U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI)...
- Posted July 11, 2019
Twelve California Projects Receive Grant Funding from Reclamation for Water Conservation Projects
The Department of the Interior’s Bureau of Reclamation has announced the allocation of 29.1 million in grants from the WaterSMART Program to aid communities in better conserving water. Forty-five projects from 13 states will use the WaterSMART funds...
- Posted July 6, 2019
751 kW Solar Project for Plumas Mutual Water District Awarded to Sunworks, Inc.
Construction of a new $1.3 million, 751kW ground-mount solar power construction project for Plumas Mutual Water District (PMWD) is expected to commence later this year. Sunworks, Inc., a provider of provider of high-performance solar power systems, has...
- Posted June 30, 2019
Amethyst Basin Flood Control and Water Project a Model of Inter-Agency Cooperation
Ten years in the making, the Amethyst Basin flood control and groundwater recharge facility is now a reality. A recent dedication ceremony marked the completion of the project and featured the four agencies that cooperatively saw the...
- Posted June 26, 2019
DWR Announces $14 Million in Grant Funds for Three Water Desalination Projects
Three California entities will share in more than $14 million in grant funding as was announced by the Department of Water Resources (DWR) earlier this week. The funds are for increasing water quality, supply, and infrastructure in...
- Posted June 20, 2019