Six organizations receive 'One Water' awards from MWD

Six organizations receive ‘One Water’ awards from MWD

The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California (MWD) presented awards to six organizations for their large-scale water-efficiency projects that MWD says will save more than 1 billion gallons of water over the next decade.

“The transformation of daily operations for these organizations translates into long-term, sustainable change for entire communities,” said MWD General Manager Adel Hagekhalil.

The following projects were presented with One Water Awards:

  • City of Chino Public Works Department for installation of wireless soil moisture sensor systems at all city parks.
  • City of Huntington Beach Public Works Department for installing a recirculation system to save water during fire hydrant flushing.
  • Los Angeles Department of Parks and Recreation, Arboretum & Botanic Garden for their efficient irrigation system to maintain existing California native plant collections.
  • Rice Canyon Ranch for their efficient irrigation system, high-density planting to save water during avocado-growing operations.
  • Ventura County Fire Department for their mobile water recirculating system to reduce water waste during firefighting training exercises.
  • Victoria Village Homeowner Association for installing a wireless soil moisture sensor system for common areas throughout their HOA community.

Since 1990, MWD has invested nearly $1 billion in conservation programs, saving about 3.5 million acre-feet of water.

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