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San Diego's success in diversifying its water supply is muddying the waters of Northern California's Bay Delta Conservation Plan.
Did you know that Americans use at least 20 times the amount of fresh water per day than a person in the developing world? But unlike our water supply, theirs doesn’t flow clean and safe from a tap; it’s almost always collected by women and girls who can travel up to seven hours per day to gather it in plastic buckets and repurposed cooking oil jugs.
A judge says a giant Southern California wholesaler overcharges for carrying water on the Colorado River aqueduct, a major victory for San Diego in a high-stakes dispute.
A California Superior Court judge issued a tentative ruling Tuesday in favor of the San Diego County Water Authority in its rate-setting lawsuit against the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California.
Although the new Title 24 “requirements” were pushed back to July 1, (originally slated to hit Jan. 1), the building owner and contractor industries are scrambling to make sense of it all.
As the state endures its third straight year of dry conditions, the county is awaiting the completion of Poseidon Resources' seawater desalination plant in Carlsbad.
The intersection at Lionshead Avenue and Eagle Drive in Carlsbad will be closed for about four weeks starting Feb. 19, as construction crews installing pipeline for the Carlsbad Desalination Project work through the area.
San Diegans can expect louder calls for voluntary water conservation, as the San Diego County Water Authority voted Thursday to implement Stage 1 of its drought response plan.
The San Diego County Water Authority will consider at a special meeting Thursday activating its Water Shortage and Drought Response Plan, with staff recommending stepped-up calls for voluntary water conservation.
While the Rams Hill Country Club needs water to bring its 18-hole golf course back from the desert, where that water will come from is under negotiations.
With California in its worst drought in years, the San Diego City Council's environment committee on Wednesday told city staffers to lay the groundwork for mandatory water restrictions on local residents, including regulations on watering lawns that were last used during the drought of 2009.
Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney's Keith R. Solar, meanwhile, has been appointed to the California Direct Potable Reuse Advisory Group. He is the managing shareholder of the firmís San Diego office.
When the San Diego County Water Authority Board of Directors next meets on Feb. 27, it may provide a clearer picture of where it's headed in it response to Gov. Jerry Brown's drought declaration.
Gov. Jerry Brown declared a drought emergency for the state Friday, prompting groups such as San Diego Coastkeeper to call on the San Diego County Water Authority to enact mandatory water conservation.
The Otay Water District board of directors has unanimously reelected Jose Lopez to serve as president.
Less than two weeks remain before the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California and the San Diego County Water Authority submit post-trial briefs in the water-rate lawsuit that began in 2010.
California will follow the lead of San Diego and other cities in requiring water-conserving plumbing to be installed in homes and businesses undergoing renovation when a new law takes effect Jan. 1.
For San Diego's regional water agency, its largest supplier is also its biggest adversary.
According to a study of data from the Building Owners and Managers Association International’s Experience Exchange Report by Kingsley Associates, the commercial real estate industry’s ongoing focus on energy efficiency has resulted in a downward trend in total operating expenses.
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