Regulatory-Affairs News

State Board Reports Per Capita Water Use Figures for Urban Agencies
The State Water Resources Control Board today released first-ever monthly estimates of daily per capita water use by residential customers... read»
State Board Mandatory Conservation Regulations Now in Effect
The state’s first-ever emergency regulations mandating urban water conservation became effective this morning following final... read»
Outdoor Water Restrictions Already in Place in Many Areas, ACWA Members Report
ACWA member agencies are in various stages of aligning their local conservation measures with new emergency regulations adopted July 15 by... read»
Workshops Set on Draft NPDES Permit for Discharges from Drinking Water Systems
State Water Resources Control Board staff will hold three workshops around the state in July regarding the draft statewide general National... read»
Formal Public Review of BDCP, Environmental Documents to Begin Dec. 13
The public review draft of the Bay Delta Conservation Plan and accompanying environmental documents are now expected to be released on Dec... read»
Department of Public Health Submits Corrective Action Plan to EPA
The California Department of Public Health Drinking Water Program submitted a corrective action plan June 24 to the U.S. Environmental... read»
Register Now for ACWA's 2013 Regulatory Summit Aug. 14
Registration is now open for ACWA's third annual Regulatory Summit, set for Aug. 14 at the Embassy Suites Mandalay Beach in Oxnard... read»
Retail Conservation Pricing Workshop Set for June 19 and 26
ACWA, in partnership with the California Urban Water Conservation Council, the Department of Water Resources and others, will co-host two... read»
Administrative Draft Environmental Documents Released for BDCP
A 20,000-page consultant-prepared document describing the potential environmental effects of the Bay Delta Conservation Plan was posted May... read»
Partial Settlement Reached on Sac Regional Treatment Plant Upgrades
The Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District has dropped its legal challenge of stricter discharge limits following a partial... read»