Your SoCal Tap Water

 “Life 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...

Most people in California turn their faucet on and use water for drinking, washing, cooking, and other activities with confidence that the water they are using is safe. The institutions that...

BPA has made headlines repeatedly over the years and prompted a public outcry for more information over the topic. Many people have called for its ban and expressed concerns over the...

First built in 1949 to provide water to St. Bernadine Medical Center, the Perris Hill Reservoir serves as drinking water storage for the people in the City of San Bernardino. This...

The Inland Empire Brine Line is an integral part in the protection of drinking water resources within the Santa Ana River Watershed. The Watershed covers an area of 77 miles, starting...

In the United States, public drinking water is regulated by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Additional regulation is also enforced by individual states. The EPA is responsible for studying potential...

Is tap water safe to drink? Is bottled water safer than tap water? Testing of bottled water is less frequent than tap water. The EPA regulates tap water quality. Leaching of...