Friday, Sept. 23, 2016

Water partnership

Recycling urban wastewater to aid farms and wildlife

Anthea Hansen, general manager of Del Puerto Water District, was instrumental in plans for the new recycled water project. WATER DEEPLY, courtesy of Anthea Hansen

Anthea Hansen

Water Deeply

California's drought has sparked a lot of interest in recycled water. One of the biggest new projects is the North Valley Regional Recycled Water Program, a collaboration among numerous agencies in the North San Joaquin Valley. Anthea Hansen, general manager of Del Puerto Water District and a key player in the project, explains how it will benefit about 200 family farms.


Fresno hires experts to study water discoloration

Fresno Bee

The Fresno City Council on Thursday hired a pair of nationally recognized experts to make sure that the problems with discolored water plaguing the city's Northeast Surface Water Treatment Plant don't happen when a new treatment facility opens in southeast Fresno in 2018.


Young water professionals plant seeds at WEFTEC

Water Online

The Water Environment Federation will help promote environmental stewardship, raise awareness about the value of water, and support the development of future water leaders through a series of community- and student-focused events beginning Saturday as WEFTEC 2016 kicks off in New Orleans.

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