• Public Water Now offers talk by Deep Water Desal

    Tuesday, Sept 2, 7 p.m. at Unitarian Universalist Church (Off Highway 68 on Aguajito Road), Public Water Now will present a talk by the alternative desal proposal, Deep Water Desal at Moss Landing.
    Cal Am’s desal project is behind schedule, and still at risk of litigation and unproven operational use of slant well technology.  As a precaution, the Monterey Peninsula Water Management District teamed up with the Deep Water Desal (DWD) to pursue an alternative in case Cal Am’s project falters.  DWD is privately sponsored, but intends to make the desal production facility publicly owned, to comply with the county ordinance. DWD cost projections are far less than Cal Am projections for its desal.
    Come and learn about this option.  David Armanasco, spokesperson for DWD, will present and answer questions.
    PWN is sponsoring a series of educational forums for its members and the public.  This is the third in a series that addressed first, water rights, and then the Cease and Desist Order.
    Free.  Public is invited.  Following the presentation, PWN will discuss coming actions.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on August 25, 2014

    Topics: Front PG News, Green


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