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Aquafornia 04/01/2020 11:40
On March 19, 2020, California issued Executive Order N-25-20, a. statewide shelter in place order in response to the COVID-19. pandemic, significantly altering operations of both state. agencies and private businesses. … Importantly, the Division. of Water Rights continues to require all surface water users to. submit annual reports to meet the April 1, 2020 deadline for. reporting 2019 water use.
Aquafornia 04/01/2020 11:40
The rules take the form of a state Fish and Wildlife Department. permit that will govern State Water Project deliveries from the. Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta… But the permit does not. explicitly control the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation’s Central. Valley Project, which exports Delta water to San Joaquin Valley. farms. That means the two big government pumping operations. will likely adhere to different standards — possibly allowing. the federal project to boost deliveries at the expense of the. state project. Related articles:. Courthouse News Service:. Associated Press:. Natural Resources Defense Council:. California Department of Fish and Wildlife:
Aquafornia 04/01/2020 11:40
The effluent is hauled ashore on barges, hit with a dose of. disinfectant, then deposited into a huge East Bay Municipal. Utility District sewer main called the Alameda Interceptor. From there, the material joins the underground river of. everything else that’s been flushed down local toilets and. flows to the agency’s wastewater treatment plant at the foot of. the Bay Bridge.
Aquafornia 04/01/2020 11:40
The basics of the relationship between water and energy are. well known, but California’s recent drought revealed something. surprising about this connection. When the state mandated a 25. percent drop in water use, the resulting energy savings turned. out to be even higher than expected. This prompted the. Department of Energy to find ways of making water more energy. efficient.
Aquafornia 04/01/2020 11:40
The Hoopa Valley Tribe applauded Fresno County Superior Court’s. refusal to validate a proposed contract between Westlands Water. District and the Bureau of Reclamation. … The contract would. have allocated up to 1,150,000 acre-feet of water annually to. Westlands, most of which would be imported from the Trinity. River, which has sustained the Hupa people since time. immemorial.
Aquafornia 03/30/2020 11:40
On April 1, 2020, DWR will conduct the fourth Phillips Station. snow survey of the season. Due to the novel coronavirus. (COVID-19) pandemic and California Department of Public Health. guidance to limit gatherings, DWR will be conducting the April. Phillips Station snow survey without media present and will be. providing video of the survey and the results via Facebook. live.
Aquafornia 03/30/2020 11:40
Here on the largest Native American reservation, one that spans. portions of Arizona, New Mexico and Utah, politicians and. health officials are mounting a frantic effort to curb the. spread of the coronavirus. The impact could be especially. devastating, officials fear, in an extremely rural area larger. than West Virginia, with roughly 175,000 residents and only. four inpatient hospitals. Related article:. New York Times:
Aquafornia 03/30/2020 11:40
State regulators are giving mixed responses to the EPA’s. relaxed enforcement on a range of environmental obligations by. facilities affected by the coronavirus pandemic. The. Environmental Protection Agency said this week it wouldn’t seek. penalties for violations covered by the emergency policy. …The California Environmental Protection Agency said its. enforcement authority “remains intact” in spite of the EPA. memo.
Aquafornia 03/30/2020 11:40
We’ve all seen photos of clear-cut forests with swathes of. razed trees or deep scars in the ground from an open-pit mine. The damage to the species that live in these habitats isn’t. hard to imagine. But the damage we’ve done to freshwater. ecosystems isn’t so visible. In rivers or lakes, trouble often. lurks out of view beneath the surface of the water …
Aquafornia 03/30/2020 11:40
In an alert to state regulators, Southern California Edison,. which operates the power station, said an unexpected surge of. wastewater led to an "upset" at the treatment plant that. morning, triggering an alarm but allowing the sewage to flow. through a 6,000-foot pipe out into the ocean before workers. could turn off the pumps. Related article:. City News Service:

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