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?
Innovative technology has helped improve many aspects in our quality of life and medical advancements are no exception. Medicine plays… Read more How Do You Dispose of Old Medications?
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
Is Hard Water Unsafe? 89.3% of homes in the United States are considered to have hard water. Hard water is… Read more Hard Water: Unsafe or Just a Nuisance?
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
Is tap water safe to drink? Is bottled water safer than tap water? Testing of bottled water is less frequent… Read more Is Tap Water Safe?
Tap Water Day is almost here and YourSoCalTapWater is getting excited! May 7th is a day to celebrate the important… Read more Tap Water Day – Celebrating Southern California’s Tap Water Quality and Reliability
The saying, “April showers, brings May flowers,” may get you to start thinking about rainwater and where it goes after… Read more What Happens to Rainwater in Southern California?
Several recent news stories have been focused on the topic of water quality, relating to resources coming from public water… Read more Chloramine: Maintaining Water Quality in Southern California