The majority of the world's population drinks from rivers and streams that have received discharges from upstream users. In most of the industrialized developed world, there are treated wastewater discharges that become a source of drinking water supply for downstream users. It is nothing new. We've been doing it for centuries. What's new is that today's technology makes it cleaner and safer. Water reuse is the key to a sustainable future. Read a recent USA Today analysis of escalating costs for water nationwide.
This is the first in a series of interviews with EID's Board President by Rob Charny of TheOGT.tv. Director George discusses EID's history, projects, regulatory requirements, challenges, and many other interesting facts.
Mountain Democrat video on the Flume 39/40 project
Mountain Democrat video featuring information about work on Flume 9
Stabilizing the slope during the Flume 9 project
This PG&E video features the District's successful participation in the demand response program