Desal enables local production of high-quality, pure drinking water, as part of a portfolio of diversified supplies to responsibly address demands.
Desal is drought-resilient and does not rely on variable snowpack and rainfall, making it a dependable source of drinking water.
Desal provides a critical safeguard for local water supplies against unpredictable water shortages resulting from droughts, sea level rise, and earthquakes.
After two years of pandemic limitations our fun CalDesal Mixer is back in rotation at the ACWA Conference!
On Wednesday, December 1 from 6:00-7:00 p.m. CalDesal is hosting its Mixer in the lobby of the Pasadena Convention Center. If you plan to attend please drop by and see us. A big thank you to our Mixer sponsors: GHD, San Diego County Water Authority, and Metropolitan Water District of Southern California.
There is still time to add your agency or company’s name as a sponsor please contact Executive Director Wendy Ridderbusch at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Desalination (desal) plants can detect oil in the source water and, if oil is present, desal treatment technology removes it. Robust testing continues throughout each stage of desal water treatment to ensure high-quality, safe water.
"It is no secret that I wasn’t the biggest fan of the Claude “Bud” Lewis Carlsbad Desalination Plant when it was proposed, and I still wasn’t completely on board..."
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