A watershed is defined as an area of land that separates waters flowing to different rivers, basins, or seas. However,… Read more Healthy Watersheds: Preventing Pollution
The scarcity of available drinking (potable) water has forced water agencies to look for innovated ways of finding new sources… Read more What is Reuse of Wastewater for Indirect Drinking Water Use?
Water is a finite resource. We cannot make more of it. The same water on earth today is the same… Read more Recycling Water for Groundwater Use and Drinking Water
First built in 1949 to provide water to St. Bernadine Medical Center, the Perris Hill Reservoir serves as drinking water… Read more Hidden in a Hill – Perris Hill Reservoir
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?
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
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
Early settlements and towns were always built near a source of water. Without water humans cannot live. Accordingly, the California… Read more History of Drinking Water
In the United States, public drinking water is regulated by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Additional regulation is also… Read more Constituents of Emerging Concern: Monitoring for Contaminants in Drinking Water