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The [[City of Salinas]] Treatment Plant treats water from food processing facilities and sends it to spreading basins to percolate into the groundwater aquifers or to evaporate <ref>http://www.mpwaterreplenishment.org/docs/Final%20GWR%20NOP%2030May2013%20with%20figures.pdf</ref>.  The [[Monterey Peninsula Water Management District (MPWMD)]], [[Monterey Regional Water Pollution Control Agency]] (MRWPCA), and [[California American Water Company (Cal-Am)]] have proposed using the treated water as a water source for the [[Monterey Peninsula Groundwater Replenishment Project]].
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The [[City of Salinas]] Treatment Plant treats water from food processing facilities and sends it to spreading basins to percolate into the groundwater aquifers or to evaporate <ref>http://www.mpwaterreplenishment.org/docs/Final%20GWR%20NOP%2030May2013%20with%20figures.pdf</ref>.  The [[Monterey Peninsula Water Management District (MPWMD)]], [[Monterey Regional Water Pollution Control Agency]] (MRWPCA), and [[California American Water Company (CalAm)]] have proposed using the treated water as a water source for the [[Monterey Peninsula Groundwater Replenishment Project]].
  
 
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Latest revision as of 14:33, 8 April 2014

The City of Salinas Treatment Plant treats water from food processing facilities and sends it to spreading basins to percolate into the groundwater aquifers or to evaporate [1]. The Monterey Peninsula Water Management District (MPWMD), Monterey Regional Water Pollution Control Agency (MRWPCA), and California American Water Company (CalAm) have proposed using the treated water as a water source for the Monterey Peninsula Groundwater Replenishment Project.

References

  1. http://www.mpwaterreplenishment.org/docs/Final%20GWR%20NOP%2030May2013%20with%20figures.pdf

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