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 or visit their website for more information 

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.