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Monterey Bay Desalination Project

Monterey Bay Desalination Project

Monterey Bay desalination project is approved despite environmental injustice concerns

December 21, 2015

The City of Monterey in California is currently engaged in a massive project to bring clean, safe drinking water to a rural community where an old well is no longer providing safe drinking water at high enough temperatures and it is more than 200 miles from the nearest fresh water supply on the Monterey Peninsula.

In a recent press release, Monterey Mayor Dave McKeon said the city would work with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to complete the Monterey Bay desalination project. The proposed desalination project will provide safe drinking water for more than 600,000 people in the area.

The Monterey Bay Desalination Project uses an existing Monterey County well, the Bodega, as the source for the desalination process. This will be the final source for the Monterey Bay desalination project. The Bodega well at the Bodega Head, owned and operated by the Bodega Water Company, was started in the 1930s by the Mexican Army to supply the military garrison there with water. The original purpose of obtaining water from the Bodega well was to supply the military, but it has since become an integral part of the community. The water in the Bodega Head well comes from spring water that enters cracks in the earth which allow the spring water to flow out of the well for the community to use. The city of Monterey owns and operates the water facility in Monterey. The Bodega Head well provides water for about 40,000 people, according to the city.

The proposed Monterey Bay desalination project would provide drinking water for the whole community. In addition, the desalinization facility is expected to employ more than 300 people in the future, which should help to ensure that community’s quality of life is maintained.

The city’s new desalination plant is expected to be completed by the end of 2016. In addition, the plan for the future is to use waste water for the water treatment process, rather than water being taken from an aquifer by drilling a bore hole. In addition, the Monterey Bay desalination project is likely to create

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