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The Santa Ana Watershed Project Authority (SAWPA) and its water partners celebrate the month of April each year because it is home to Earth Day on April 22, 2021 and Arbor Day on April 26,...

At the Santa Ana Watershed Project Authority, we celebrate our water workers every day. And what better month than Women’s History Month to highlight our gratitude for our female water workers...

In the spirit of the month of love, we are applauding the people who make it possible for water to flow directly into our homes with a simple turn of the...

Let your 2021 New Year’s resolutions quench your thirst for balance. 2020 may be over, but the world has not returned to “normal.” Heightened stress and anxiety as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic combined with the...

 â€œLife is a journey, not a destination.” What if we applied that same perspective to all of the vital resources that make their way to us for use every day? Before...

The importance of gratitude is as essential as, well … water! November marks a time of year when we traditionally pause to give thanks and reflect on what we cherish most. 2020 is redefining the word ‘essential’ and has sparked a months-long nationwide pause....

The water that flows from our faucets is clean, fresh and safe. From sourcing to treatment, our tap water is held to the highest standards – but unfortunately, some people still...

As businesses in California begin to open again after several weeks of closure, there are many tasks that need to be accomplished in order to open to the public safely. One...

The Santa Ana River travels from the top of the San Bernardino Mountains, through Riverside and San Bernardino Counties, cuts into the northern Santa Ana Mountains, and eventually drains into the...

Image of FOG fats, oils, grease clogged in large pipe

When you hear fats, oils and grease (FOG), your sewer probably isn’t the first thing that comes to mind. In reality, these substances do to your pipes what they do to...