Tag Archives: aquifers

Torrent is no stranger to the fact that California’s ongoing drought has been a hot news topic for years. It’s going to take more than a few green alley projects to change the tune from “drought” to “increased water supply”. The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) and TreePeople issued, “Rain to the rescue: Stormwater’s Power […]

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If California’s water emergency has taught providers anything, it is that they must they must diversify their supply — or face dire consequences.  California’s 5-year drought has affected areas of CA differently. Cities that do not have diversified water resources, such as some in the San Joaquin Valley, have to think creatively in order to form new sustainable water […]

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If you are just joining us, check out Part 1 of this two-part blog series here. Continued…In the second half of Yulsman’s article, Dr. Fisher provides a compelling argument for using captured stormwater to recharge aquifers, which would both replenish the local aquifers and prevent further seawater intrusion. One such recharge method includes the use […]

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