CalDesal Engages with NAWI in a WateReuse Summer Webinar
We are excited to join WateReuse for a “Discussion on Desalination – Treatments, Research, and the Future” webcast on Wednesday, August 11, 2021 11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. PST. CalDesal’s Chair Mark Donovan, GHD, and Executive Director Wendy Ridderbusch will join Dr. Peter Fiske with NAWI. WateReuse members free, non-members: $49 registration. Follow the link to register and for more information.
WateReuse members free, non-members: $49 registration.
Welcome Amorphic Tech New Associate Member
Amorphic Tech hailing from Allentown, Pennsylvania provides a comprehensive technical solution, from ideation and CAD design to producing functional electro-mechanical systems. In-house manufacturing capabilities, such as machining, welding, and 3D printing, enables the company to deliver everything from a proof-of-concept prototype to a fully engineered, manufactured and assembled goods. 

Please contact President and Founder Andrew Schevetz at aschevets@amorphictech.com or visit their website for more information https://www.amorphictech.com/ 

Welcome Amorphic Tech!
PPIC Survey Shows Public Support of Desal
The Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC) Statewide Survey released last month regarding “California and the Environment” shows that 68% of California registered voters support building desalination plants to address the effects of climate change. 

CalDesal Members -- Here’s Your Chance to Make an Impact!
CalMatters is a non-profit, nonpartisan newsroom committed to explaining the unique issues surrounding California policy and politics to its readers. CalDesal has been an op-ed contributor to CalMatters which is requesting drought-relief op-eds and stories from water community stakeholders. This is an opportunity for water agencies and companies to share stories about a desal project that is producing, or will provide, a drought-proof local water supply.

For more information click here.