Your SoCal Tap Water

California’s most recent drought made the state face some challenging questions regarding the obstacles to ensure water quality and deliverance during these extended periods. On January 17, 2014 Governor Jerry Brown...

Your Water Quality Report, also called Consumer Confidence Report (CCR), contains important information about the quality of the drinking water that is delivered to your home 365 days a year. As...

America has some of the safest drinking water in the world. The United States Environmental Protection Agency protects drinking water by federal law, knows as the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA)....

The Santa Ana River connects the San Bernardino Mountains, from Big Bear Lake to Huntington Beach. Streams that feed the rivers flow from high in the mountains down to the beach....

Have you ever wondered if it is safe for children to drink tap water? According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, ” Drinking water in the United States is among the...

Is Hard Water Unsafe? 89.3% of homes in the United States are considered to have hard water. Hard water is caused by the naturally occurring compounds of calcium and magnesium. While...

Our region has a rich history in farming and agriculture. The agriculture and farming industry continues to strive, providing food, goods and economic benefits, to people in the southland. Currently top...

Desalination or the process of “desalting” removes minerals and salts from either ocean water or “brackish” water. The term “brackish” is used to identify water that has high concentrations of nitrates...

In Southern California, groundwater plays a major role in providing a sustainable drinking water source for millions of people. The percentage of tap water that a person receives from groundwater supplies...

Early settlements and towns were always built near a source of water. Without water humans cannot live. Accordingly, the California drought has brought on threats of limited water available to grow...