Category Archives: california waste water

Cal State Long Beach and the Water Efficiency and Conservation Working Group’s come together to conserve water. The state may be out of a drought, but Cal State Long Beach is still making an effort to conserve water by implementing a Water Action Plan to help achieve the California State University statewide goal of having […]

Sponsored by Santa Cruz County Water & Environmental Agencies As part of a national campaign to help raise awareness about the critical importance of water to our everyday lives, water and environmental agencies in Santa Cruz County are sponsoring an “Imagine a Day Without Water” poster contest for local residents. This contest is open to […]

Update, September 20, 2017: California lawmakers passed the bill that legalizes water cremation on the final day of the legislative session, Sept. 15. Now Gov. Jerry Brown has until Oct. 15 to sign the bill. Brown has not indicated yet what he will do. Original Story, July 24, 2017: You may not equate death with […]

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is installing a barrier and valve inside an inactive Colorado mine to prevent another surge of toxic wastewater like a 2015 blowout that contaminated rivers in three states. Denver Post file A worker from Weston Solutions walks next to one of the retention ponds at the bottom of Gold King […]

The City Council approved two important plans at the last meeting that will likely become the largest project in King City’s history. These include an updated Master Plan for the City’s wastewater collection system and a Facility Plan for the wastewater treatment plant, which are challenging projects for a small community to undertake. Both plans […]

Denmark has signed an agreement to provide water purification technology to the thirsty coastal US state of California, in a deal that could bring millions into the Danish economy. The west coast state will spend millions of dollars over the coming years on improving water quality and reducing waste. The deal signed with […]

Salinas >> In a preliminary move toward expanding the Pure Water Monterey recycled water project, the Monterey County Water Resources Agency board on Monday unanimously agreed “in concept” to allow the use of additional Salinas Valley winter wastewater for conversion to potable water for the Monterey Peninsula instead of flowing into the ocean. The move […]

By Contributed | on September 20, 2017 Diana Guthrie Special Correspondent Poteet is being considered as the home of Brandlich Energy Solutions, Inc., which is a processing plant for recycling asphalt shingles. Howard Brand presented the idea to the Poteet City Council at their regular meeting on Tuesday, September […]

Poteet is being considered as the home of Brandlich Energy Solutions, Inc., which is a processing plant for recycling asphalt shingles. Howard Brand presented the idea to the Poteet City Council at their regular meeting on Tuesday, September 5. Giving some statistics about the current disposal of roofing materials, he described their process for recycling […]

BULLHEAD CITY — It was, by City Manager Toby Cotter’s own admission, not the most glamorous of settings for a celebration. But Tuesday morning’s activation of two injection wells at Bullhead City’s wastewater treatment plant was certainly worth noting. Mayor Tom Brady pressed a panel to fire up the injection wells which will turn thousands […]

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