Football season kicks off in 2020 in sustainable style at SoFi Stadium, where SCWC Founding Member West Basin has completed a recycled water project aimed to help drought-proof the complex.
View Stormwater Matters webinar to hear our expert panel discuss how stormwater capture and reuse is gaining serious traction as key to California’s future water supplies.
Life in California has changed dramatically over the past five months, but one thing hasn’t changed: the need for safe, clean and affordable water. Our thoughts on the Newsom Administration’s Water Resilience Portfolio’s vision for the state’s water future.
Janice Rutherford, Supervisor for San Bernardino County’s Second District, is the new Chair of the Southern California Water Coalition’s Board of Trustees.
The August 6 webinar on Stormwater Matters: Increasing Water Supplies While Reducing Pollution will feature an expert panel offering thoughts on how water agencies and cities ensure dry weather runoff and first flush don’t go to waste.
As the State of California, water contractors in California and the federal government take to the courts to resolve differences in how water is exported from the Central Valley Project and the State Water Project, SCWC has begun collecting relevant documents and updates.
Orange County Water District has launched the nation’s largest water treatment pilot program for PFAS and is planning how new treatment facilities could be quickly built and operational.
Check out our candid conversation with California water policy expert Tim Quinn as he draws upon his decades-long, notable career working on California water’s most vexing problems and highlights how the lessons of yesterday can inform the solutions of tomorrow.
Join us for a candid conversation with the insightful, optimistic and thought-provoking Tim Quinn as he discusses how history can help solve California’s most vexing water problems.