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They calculated the maximum annual volume of water that could be legally diverted according to the face value of all appropriative water rights in the SWRCB's water rights database.
The SWRCB Division of Drinking Water designates suitable uses of recycled water based upon the level of treatment received prior to reuse.
In 2003, the SWRCB and California Legislature approved the largest agriculture-to-urban water transfer in the country.
SWRCB and any other requirement imposed by "state law, regulation,
imposed by the SWRCB. (61) These mandates in the law impose much more
Since Brown made headlines, the SWRCB adopted draft regulations shortly thereafter, with many local water agencies filing exceptions and exemptions, and wanting special situations to be taken into account--including the conservation efforts they have shown to date--when determining how much they must cut.
In addition, even for groundwater that is indisputably not hydrologically linked to surface water, SWRCB already has the ability to regulate groundwater quality, though it has never used that power.
(341) Rather than avail themselves of the COFC, the appellants filed an amended complaint before the district court and concurrently with the California Resources Control Board (SWRCB).
UCCE's Laurence Costello and Janet Hartin were appointed to the task force along with 28 members representing CDWR, the California State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB), the California Bay Delta Authority, the U.S.
Austin: Fitch Ratings has assigned a 'AAA' rating to the following bonds issued by the California Infrastructure and Economic Development Bank (IBank) on behalf of the California State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB):
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