More funding for Recycling, Groundwater Clean-up and Seawater Desalination
The Metropolitan Board of Directors has increased the financial incentive for water agencies to develop and produce recycled water, recovered groundwater and desalinated seawater supplies. The action is intended to spur more development of local water resources throughout Southern California.
Read about the BDCP in General Manager Jeff Kightlinger’s blog.
Click here to read the state Department of Water Resources new “Progress in Achieving the Co-Equal Goals.”
Proposition 1 – 2014 Water Bond
On election day, Nov. 4, Californians will vote on Proposition 1, the $7.545 billion Water Quality, Supply and Infrastructure Improvement Act of 2014. If approved by voters, Proposition 1 would authorize the use of bond funds for significant investments in water reliability by increasing local supply programs in Southern California and helping reduce future demands on imported water supplies.