Park expects to pump, on average, 900 acre feet of water per year from this well which will reduce water imported from the Colorado River and the California State Water Project.
What does CSWP stand for?
CSWP stands for California State Water Project
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- Computer Software Listing
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- Certified Social Work Manager
- Core Sound Waterfowl Museum (North Carolina)
- Cowtown Society of Western Music (Cleburne, TX)
- Central Solid Waste Management Center (Kent County, DE)
- Counselor, Social Worker and Marriage and Family Therapist Board
- Comprehensive Solid Waste Management Plan
- Catholic Social Workers National Association (Cincinnati, OH)
- Centrifugal Sudden Wave Packet method
- Certified SolidWorks Professional
- Committee on the Status of Women in Physics (est 1972)
- Coupled States Wave Packet method
- Customer Service Web Portal
- Center for Simulation of Wave-Plasma Interactions (US DOE)
- Crew-Served Weapons Qualification (US DoD)
- Cropping Systems and Water Quality Research Unit
- Canadian Social Work Review (journal; Canadian Association for Social Work Education)
- Center for Severe Weather Research (Boulder, CO)
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When the Resnicks began buying land here in the 1980s from Mobil and Texaco, they acquired contracts for California State Water Project deliveries from the California Aqueduct.
More than a third of the chloride in the Santa Clarita Valley's water can come from the California state water project, and droughts can increase the salt in the Sacramento-San Francisco Bay Delta, a source of the water that flows down to Santa Clarita.
Some observers found irony in the DWP's pursuit of government-controlled California State Water Project water.
Water Supply Challenges: The district imports some of its water supply from the California State Water Project (SWP) and faces water supply challenges.
The State Water Contractors is a non-profit association of 27 public agencies from Northern, Central and Southern California that purchase water under contract from the California State Water Project.
The sludge is the residue left over after water from the Northern California State Water Project is filtered.
Both SDCWA and MWD imposed large rate increases on member agencies as the drought and environmental rulings reduced supplies from the California State Water Project.