Water News

A Sacramento Superior Court on May 5 ordered the State Water Resources Control Board to withdraw the maximum contaminant level for chromium... read»
A Senate subcommittee on Tuesday held a hearing to examine the role of the public and private sectors in the development of water... read»
The California Department of Water Resources today released a memo from an independent forensics team which outlines a list of factors that... read»
MONTEREY - ACWA’s 2017 Spring Conference & Exhibition kicked off in Monterey today with key leaders in the water industry... read»
Both the House and Senate passed this week a $1 trillion omnibus spending bill that will hold off shutdown scares and fund the government... read»
Nine out of ten voters polled in California favor desalination efforts and 78% of surveyed voters say they would be more likely to vote for... read»
ACWA’s 2017 Spring Conference & Exhibition is just around the corner, running May 9-12 in beautiful Monterey. Online registration... read»
The May ACWA Priority Issues Update is now available online to ACWA members. The monthly bulletin-style update provides an overview of the... read»
Want to become more involved in ACWA and serve your community at the same time? Join one of ACWA’s region boards. The call for... read»
The State Water Resources Control Board on May 2 adopted new rules intended to limit mercury in all inland surface waters, enclosed bays,... read»
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