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The award recipients include the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport in Texas, the Irvine Ranch Water District in California, the Alvin Independent School District in Texas and King Soopers grocery stores in Colorado.
The Irvine Ranch Water District is also experimenting with weather- sensitive sprinkler systems and installed controllers at 40 homes.
NWRI's member agencies include Inland Empire Utilities Agency, Irvine Ranch Water District, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, Orange County Sanitation District, Orange County Water District, and West Basin Municipal Water District.
In January, he became an independent consultant when the company merged with the Irvine Ranch Water District.
Approximately one-half of the cost over the next five years is regional in nature, including a $26 million joint project with Irvine Ranch Water District (revenue COPs rated 'AAA' by Fitch) to convey untreated, less costly water from MWD to treat locally and thus increase water supply reliability.
The system will capture, filter and store storm water in the new ponds on the South Lawn, where the storm water will be mixed with reclaimed water from Irvine Ranch Water District.
Other recipients were the Irvine Ranch Water District in the $25,000 or less budget category, and the Fresno Metropolitan Flood Control District in the more than $100,000 budget category.