The planned $400 million project requires a Cal Am-owned desalination plant north of Marina integrated with aquifer storage and recovery and groundwater recharge sources in collaboration with the Monterey Peninsula Water Management District and the Monterey Peninsula Water Pollution Control Agency.
What does MPWMD stand for?
MPWMD stands for Monterey Peninsula Water Management District (California)
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California American Water and the Monterey Peninsula Water Management District Offer Rebates to Help Save Water PACIFIC GROVE, Calif.
The signs encourage residents and businesses to contact California American Water and the Monterey Peninsula Water Management District to learn more about available incentive programs and conservation resources.
California American Water and the Monterey Peninsula Water Management District have announced that demand for their joint rebate program, which provides water users on the Monterey Peninsula with cash incentives for purchasing and installing water-saving appliances and landscaping equipment, has exceeded the established budget, and that rebates will be temporarily suspended until 2012, when new funding is expected.
Contractors who need to use water from a fire hydrant for any project are required to apply for and obtain a hydrant meter permit from the Monterey Peninsula Water Management District.
Starting this month, California American Water and the Monterey Peninsula Water Management District will be offering more rebates at higher dollar amounts for installation of water-saving appliances and water-wise landscaping.
Look for the EPA WaterSense labels, and check with California American Water and the Monterey Peninsula Water Management District to take advantage of available rebates.
Water Standard CompanySM, developers of the Seawater Conversion Vessel (SCV) announced that the Monterey Peninsula Water Management District (MPWMD) in Monterey, California voted on October 16, 2006 to study the Seawater Conversion Vessel as a supplemental water source for this region.