Man, Metropolitan assistant general manager and chief operating officer; Richard Atwater, executive director of the Southern California Water Committee; and Walt Wadlow, general manager of Alameda County Water District in a panel discussion "The Integrated Resources Plan: Roadmap for Water Supply Reliability through 2035.
What does ACWD stand for?
ACWD stands for Alameda County Water District (Tri-Cities, California)
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The partnership includes OCWD, Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, San Diego County Water Authority, West and Central Basin Municipal Water Districts, Santa Clara Valley Water District, Alameda County Water District, Sonoma County Water Agency and the University of California.
Cities of Richmond and Oakland, San Diego County, Alameda County Water District added to growing list of government agencies using Networkfleet to reduce fleet operating costs and emissions in California - SAN DIEGO -- Networkfleet, a leader in wireless fleet management, today announced that the cities of Richmond and Oakland as well as San Diego County and the Alameda County Water District, have selected Networkfleet[R] to reduce fuel consumption and lower vehicle emissions.
Water distribution agencies receiving SWP water in the area are the Alameda County Water District, Alameda County Flood Control and Water Conservation District (Zone 7), and the Santa Clara Valley Water District.
Located in the southern portion of Alameda County, Alameda County Water District serves 302,450 people in the cities of Fremont, Newark, and Union City.
Depending on the duration of the shutdown, SWP contractors such as Zone 7 Water Agency, Alameda County Water District and Santa Clara Valley Water District may ask the 3 million customers they collectively serve to voluntarily cut back on their water use.
In the first budget category ($100,000 or less), Alameda County Water District won top honors for its efforts to reduce the use of lead fishing tackle in Quarry Lake.
This grant is part of a larger $4 million grant awarded to the Desalination Research Innovation Partnership, a consortium of water agencies that includes OCWD, Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, San Diego County Water Authority, West Basin Municipal Water District, Santa Clara Valley Water District, Alameda County Water District, Sonoma County Water Agency and the University of California.