The water we drink has been on this earth for millions of years, so why should we use water once and then flush it away? Check out our new video series and learn why recycled water is key to a sustainable water supply for Southern California.
The Southern California Water Coalition recognized the general managers of Metropolitan Water District and Las Virgenes Municipal Water District at its 2020 Annual Event and Awards Presentation on Nov. 12.
Vea la nueva serie de videos de SCWC en tres partes sobre el reciclaje del agua y cómo nos ayuda a planificar un futuro hídrico sostenible.
The Southern California Water Coalition has sent two letters to the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California Board of Directors urging...
The Southern California Water Coalition’s annual event and award presentation on Nov. 12, 2020 is one of several important water events happening this fall. Check out our blog to learn more.
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.