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What a Water Year It WasIRWD works hard to see that our customers get the best in drinking water, recycled water and sewer services. To that end, we seek out innovative and cost-effective ways to improve on what we do. Here are some of the District’s top accomplishments for 2018. Drinking water: We secured a $67.5 million grant from the California Water Commission to enhance water banking projects in Kern County, which serve as emergency water supplies for our customers. Recycled water: We provided recycled water to...
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2019 Water Efficiency ChallengeThe New Year is a time of renewal and reflection. For 2019, the IRWD Water Efficiency team encourages you to learn new ways to save. Here are a few of their ideas. Amy McNulty, WE manager: Run an irrigation system check in your yard. Turn on all sprinkler stations to make sure the system is operating properly and that no irrigation lines or sprinklers are broken. Melody Seesangrit, WE specialist: When shopping for toilets, showerheads, bathroom faucets, irrigation controllers, or spray sprinkler...
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Board Selects New President, Vice PresidentThe Irvine Ranch Water District Board of Directors has selected...
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$32,000 in ACWA Scholarships Available in 2019As a member of the Association of California Water Agencies,...
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Hydrant Flush Ensures Quality of Drinking Water Water mains need a good flushing every once in a...