SCWA

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SCWASonoma County Water Agency (California)
SCWASuffolk County Water Authority (Hauppauge, NY)
SCWASouth Carolina Waterfowl Association (Pinewood, South Carolina)
SCWASeminole County Watershed Atlas (Florida)
SCWASpecial Child Welfare Allowance (Canada)
SCWASouthwest Car Wash Association
SCWASacramento County Water Agency (California)
SCWASouthern California Whippet Association
SCWASolano County Water Agency (California)
SCWAShalom Crest Wizard Academy (Philippines)
SCWASouthern California Wushu Academy (formerly Southern California Wushu Association; Garden Grove, CA)
SCWASpruce City Wildlife Association (Canada)
SCWASouthern California Writers Association
SCWASuper Constant-Wattage Autotransformer
SCWASugar Cane Wax Alcohols
SCWASoutheastern Connecticut Water Authority
SCWAShasta Cascade Wonderland Association (Anderson, CA)
SCWASouthern Championship Wrestling Alliance (Memphis, Tennessee)
SCWASouthern California Wrestling Association
SCWAScale Combat Warship Association
SCWASonoma County Wineries Association (Rohnert Park, CA)
SCWASewickley Creek Watershed Association (Pennsylvania)
SCWASwatara Creek Watershed Association (Pennsylvania)
SCWASquared Circle Wrestling Alliance (Wentworth, NC)
SCWASequoyah County Water Association (Oklahoma)
SCWASingle Channel Wire Access
SCWASeely Creek Watersheds Association (Redway, CA)
SCWAStroud's Consummate Winsock Apps
SCWASupervisor Control Work Area
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SCWA is a large, regional water provider serving a highly diverse and primarily residential service area on a retail basis.
The companies said that IBM is providing the infrastructure to obtain, aggregate and analyse data, including water usage and quality; weather and climate; and environmental considerations, which will help SCWA to make better decisions on resource allocation based on near real time information.
In addition to integrating and analysing information collected from SCWA and participating retail water providers, along with upgraded water meters and external sources such as the United States Geological Survey and the National Weather Service, the system provides collaboration tools that allow all stakeholders to share and access information to more efficiently and effectively manage the water supply in Northern California's wine country.
The system is made up of 3,312 Sharp 180-watt modules and one SatCon 500kW inverter, ground mounted in three sections on the face of a reclamation pond that serves SCWA Airport-Larkfield-Wikiup sanitation zone treatment plant, located just north of Santa Rosa.
During the past decade, however, the SCWA began investigating additional treatment options after it discovered trace amounts of pesticides and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in water at approximately 15 percent of its well sites.
SCWA's need for a reliable, cost-effective treatment technology was accelerated by the January 1989 effective date of a new 5 parts per billion (ppb) VOC limit imposed by the New York State Department of Health.
LOW RATES PROVIDE CONSIDERABLE FLEXIBILITY: SCWA's very low water rates provide considerable flexibility for continued steady increases, consistent with historical practices.
One item of interest was an agreement reached between the Sonoma County Wineries Association (SCWA), representing over 135 Sonoma wineries, and Benson Marketing Group to present wine e-commerce and e-mail marketing seminars for SCWA members.
Fitch-rated utility systems in the affected counties include Sonoma County Water Authority (SCWA; water revenue bonds rated 'AA+'/Stable Outlook) and Sonoma Valley County Sanitation District (Sanitation District; revenue bonds rated 'AA-'/Stable Outlook).
ADEQUATE SUPPLY; LIMITED STORAGE: The district's water supply sources are adequate, with 75% of its supply generated by local sources and 25% purchased from Sonoma County Water Agency (SCWA; rated 'AA+'/Stable Outlook).