California’s most recent drought made the state face some challenging questions regarding the obstacles to ensure water quality and deliverance… Read more Is the California drought really over?
Cities rely on water resources to provide services to their residents that can go unnoticed. When we think about water… Read more How Do Cities Use Water?
Your Water Quality Report, also called Consumer Confidence Report (CCR), contains important information about the quality of the drinking water… Read more How to Understand Your Water Quality Report
America has some of the safest drinking water in the world. The United States Environmental Protection Agency protects drinking water… Read more Safe Drinking Water Act – How is Tap Water Regulated to Remain Safe?
The Santa Ana River connects the San Bernardino Mountains, from Big Bear Lake to Huntington Beach. Streams that feed the… Read more Recreation and Drinking Water Along the Santa Ana River
Have you ever wondered if it is safe for children to drink tap water? According to the American Academy of… Read more Is Tap Water Safe for Children?
The Inland Empire Brine Line is an integral part in the protection of drinking water resources within the Santa Ana… Read more Inland Empire Brine Line
What is Hard Water? You may have noticed it on your shower door. That scaly buildup that seems to create… Read more Hard Water: Unsafe or Just a Nuisance?
Our region has a rich history in farming and agriculture. The agriculture and farming industry continues to strive, providing food,… Read more Minimizing Agricultural and Farming Run-off into Local Watersheds
Desalination or the process of “desalting” removes minerals and salts from either ocean water or “brackish” water. The term “brackish”… Read more Brackish Water Desalination