Regulatory-Affairs News

State Water Board Holds Workshops on Developing MCL for 1,2,3-TCP
The State Water Resources Control Board is conducting workshops on development of a drinking water standard for 1,2,3-Trichloropropane (or... read»
Blog Post: New Strategy on Delta Smelt a Step in the Right Direction
With the release of the Delta Smelt Resiliency Strategy, state and federal agencies have outlined a comprehensive set of tools that can... read»
Registration Opens for ACWA 2016 Regulatory Summit
Registration is now open for ACWA’s 2016 Regulatory Summit titled “Water and Energy: Beyond the Nexus.” read»
State Water Board Hears Comments on Proposed Drinking Water Fees
The State Water Resources Control Board held a public hearing Wednesday to receive public comment related to its draft Drinking Water... read»
EPA Issues Advisories on Two Chemical Contaminants
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency today issued nationwide drinking water health advisories on two chemical contaminants previously... read»
State Water Board Adopts Local Supply-Based Assessment Approach to Conservation Regulation
The State Water Resources Control Board today approved modifications to the existing emergency water conservation regulation to reflect... read»
Emergency Conservation Mandate No Longer Warranted, ACWA Says in Comment Letter
Citing significantly improved water supply conditions, ACWA is recommending that the State Water Resources Control Board rescind its... read»
2016 Emergency Regulation Takes Effect; Information Updated on State Water Board Website
The 2016 emergency conservation regulation adopted by the State Water Resources Control Board on Feb. 2 has been approved by the Office of... read»
State Water Board Adopts 2016 Emergency Conservation Regulation
The State Water Resources Control Board voted late Tuesday to adopt an emergency conservation regulation that extends mandatory urban... read»
ACWA Provides Comments to State Water Board on 2016 Emergency Conservation Regulation
SACRAMENTO –Association of California Water Agencies (ACWA) Executive Director Timothy Quinn today called on the State Water... read»