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The State Cited San Diego Water Officials for Water Treatment Failure

For the better part of a day this April, San Diego’s main drinking water treatment plant wasn’t doing everything it was supposed to do to kill viruses and a nasty parasite known as Giardia before reaching taps across parts of the city, North County, East County and South Bay.

Environment Report: The Earthquake Risk No One’s Talking About

San Diego faces a hidden earthquake threat — to its water supply. A quake, even one so far away that nobody in San Diego feels it, could cause an emergency and force mandatory water-use restrictions. That’s because most of San Diego’s water comes from hundreds of miles away through threads of metal and concrete that connect us to distant rivers and reservoirs.

Neighbors Upset With Water Main Breaks in North Park

People in North Park say they’re fed up with rushing water and flood damage from recent water main breaks. There have been at least four major water main breaks, since 2017, in the same area.

Few of Trump’s Environmental Claims Stand Up To Scrutiny

President Trump on Monday held himself out as a leader in the fight to protect America’s air and water, despite two years of policies that have weakened environmental regulations.

County Water Authority Treatment Plant Malfunction Leads to Massive Notification of Water Customers

300,000 residents in San Diego County, including those in the Valley Center MWD service area, have or will receive written notices this week about a malfunction at the San Diego County Water Authority (SDCWA) Twin Oaks Valley Water Treatment Plant which occurred on April 21 and 22, 2019. While water quality was never actually impaired, federal regulations and state water officials have required that the notifications be sent.

State Cites Twin Oaks Valley Water Treatment Plant for Bad Valve

The San Diego County Water Authority announced Monday that the Twin Oaks Valley Water Treatment Plant was cited by the state for a valve malfunction in April.

Water Authority Announces Citation Against Twin Oaks Valley Water Treatment Plant

The San Diego County Water Authority announced today that the Twin Oaks Valley Water Treatment Plant was cited by the state for a valve malfunction in April.

California Groundwater Program Could Help Farmers

A California water district developed a groundwater trading project that could help farmers in the area with state restrictions for over pumping groundwater aquifers.

California Senate Approves Clean Drinking Water Fund

The California Senate on Monday sent legislation to Gov Gavin Newsom’s desk that will spend $130 million a year over the next decade to improve drinking water for about a million people.

County Water Authority Treatment Plant Malfunction Leads to Massive Notification of Water Customers

300,000 residents in San Diego County, including those in the Valley Center MWD service area, have or will receive written notices this week about a malfunction at the San Diego County Water Authority (SDCWA) Twin Oaks Valley Water Treatment Plant which occurred on April 21 and 22, 2019. While water quality was never actually impaired, federal regulations and state water officials have required that the notifications be sent.