Southern California Salinity Coalition launches website

The Southern California Salinity Coalition (SCSC) has launched a new website for the purpose of communicating salinity issues to water and wastewater agencies, regulators, and the general public. By visiting www.SoCalSalinity.org, users can access information ranging from basic facts about salts to upcoming events, like conferences and seminars, to fellowship opportunities and links to other salinity organizations. ..

FOUNTAIN VALLEY, CA, Dec. 4, 2006 -- The Southern California Salinity Coalition (SCSC) has launched a new website for the purpose of communicating salinity issues to water and wastewater agencies, regulators, and the general public.

By visiting www.SoCalSalinity.org, users can access information ranging from basic facts about salts to upcoming events, like conferences and seminars, to fellowship opportunities and links to other salinity organizations.

SCSC is dedicated to using policy and science to protect water supplies in Southern California from the negative impacts of increased salinity. Among its activities, SCSC coordinates salinity management strategies and programs, including research projects, with water and wastewater agencies throughout Southern California.

The Southern California Salinity Coalition (www.socalsalinity.org) was founded in 2002 by a group of Southern California water and wastewater agencies to better manage salinity in our water supplies. SCSC's member agencies include the Eastern Municipal Water District, Inland Empire Utilities Agency, Irvine Ranch Water District, Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, Orange County Sanitation District, Orange County Water District, San Diego County Water Authority, Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County, Santa Ana Project Watershed Authority, and West Basin Municipal Water District.

SCSC is also affiliated with the National Water Research Institute (www.nwri-usa.org), also located in Fountain Hills, CA.

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