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Monte Vista provides water bottle refill stations to schools

Monte Vista provides water bottle refill stations to schools

Monte Vista Water District (MVWD) installed its first tap water fill station unit at Monte Vista Elementary School in Montclair. The new, improved drinking fountain allows students to fill reusable water bottles with high quality tap water while reducing plastic bottle use. “This new drinking fountain is a great opportunity …

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Turlock solar panel canal project to begin this fall

Turlock solar panel canal project to begin this fall

Turlock Irrigation District (TID) will break ground this fall on a pilot project that’s a first for the nation, to install solar panel canopies over a portion of the district’s canals to operate and research a water-energy nexus. Project Nexus, a public-private-academic partnership among TID, the Department of Water Resources …

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West Basin offers generous rebate for turf replacement program

West Basin offers generous rebate for turf replacement program

West Basin Municipal Water District has brought out the BIG incentives to help residents conserve water. Eligible residents in the District’s service area can now apply for incentives worth up to $27,000 through the District’s new Grass Replacement+ program. The Grass Replacement+ program offers residents $5 for every square foot …

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New rebates for water conservation projects in LA

New rebates for water conservation projects in LA

Mayor Eric Garcetti and the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) announced this week they are increasing a financial incentive program that helps multifamily, commercial, and industrial building customers to conserve water. “At a time of historic drought, we all have a role to play in conserving water,” …

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Funding opportunity for agricultural water conservation and efficiency projects

New incentive program offers rebates for being water efficient

The Bureau of Reclamation is working with the Natural Resources Conservation Service to make federal funding available to improve agricultural water use efficiency throughout California. These partnership-funded projects help communities build drought resiliency through modernizing water infrastructure and maximizing water use. Reclamation plans to award up to $2 million in …

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