On May 8th, the San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board approved the long-term operation of Poseidon Water’s Claude “Bud” Lewis Carlsbad Seawater Desalination Plant. The Carlsbad facility, the largest, most technologically advanced and energy efficient seawater desalination plant in the Americas, is the first facility to be approved under the State Water Resources Control Board’s seawater desalination regulations.
According to the San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board’s press release, “Desalinated water, as regulated by the permit for Poseidon, is an important component of our overall water supply portfolio,” said San Diego Water Board chair Henry Abarbanel.
Poseidon Water Vice President Scott Maloni Responds to California Governor Gavin Newsom’s Executive Order
HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif.-- Poseidon Water Vice President Scott Maloni today issued a statement in response to Governor Gavin Newsom’s executive order.
“This week, California Governor Gavin Newsom delivered an executive order to develop a strategy for a climate-resilient water system. We couldn’t agree more and the implementation of seawater desalination in California is a great first step,” said Scott Maloni, vice president, Poseidon Water. “Many of California’s existing challenges, including severely depleted groundwater aquifers and uncertain water supplies, stem from the need for a new, reliable and sustainable water resource. Seawater desalination is a proven technology that is the only
“Desalination must be included in any discussion of future water sources for Orange County."
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