Posts with the category ‘Water Recycling’


Three New Laws to Make California More Resilient

The final weeks of September always bring a flurry of legislative activity in Sacramento, and this year we are proud to report that three key water policies were signed into… Read More…


State Water Board Report Shows Safe Direct Potable Reuse for Recycled Water is Possible

October 4, 2016 — On September 8, the State Water Resources Control Board released a draft report stating that regulations for direct potable reuse are feasible. Los Angeles Waterkeeper says the creation… Read More…


Untapped Potential: CA Craft Brewers Pioneer Recycled Water Use

Article first published on CEO Water Mandate, a UN Global Compact blog to support best practices in water-stewardship.  Brewing is a thirsty business. It takes an average of six to… Read More…


Ventura Waterkeeper Sues CA Over Recycled Water Approvals

As part of a campaign to ensure reasonable use of all of California’s scarce water resources, including recycled water, on December 8, 2015, Wishtoyo filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior… Read More…


What’s in the Water? What’s in a word?

Waterkeeper Alliance featured San Diego Coastkeeper in its Winter 2016 magazine: In the increasingly thirsty San Diego area, San Diego Coastkeeper crafted the vision and the words to offer a solution… Read More…


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