Infrastructure Updates

PFAS treatment facility ribbon cutting

New PFAS treatment facility in East Los Angeles

On January 28, Cal Water’s East Los Angeles District, in coordination with the California Water Association, hosted a ribbon-cutting and tour with Assemblymember Cristina Garcia, Montebello Mayor Kimberly Cobos-Cawthorne, Central Basin Water Association, Water Replenishment District, and Water Education with Latino Leaders to commemorate our new PFAS treatment facility. This facility, located in Montebello, Calif.,…

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Water main installation in Torrance

Our Rancho Dominguez District will soon start the process of installing 3,560 feet of new 8-inch water main in Torrance, which will improve water supply reliability and fire protection for local customers. This project will take about 14 weeks to complete. Construction will take place: From 1000 to 1261 West. 212th On the 21100 block…

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Infrastructure Upgrade in Marysville Begins

Cal Water began an important water infrastructure improvement project in Marysville today that will ensure local customers and firefighters continue to have the safe, reliable water service they need for their everyday and emergency needs. The project includes the installation of 1,221 feet of new 6-, 8-, and 12-inch ductile-iron water main and replacement of…

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Long view of GAC installation in Marysville

New Treatment Plant Underway in Marysville

Although there are not currently state or federal Maximum Contaminant Levels limiting the amount of PFOS and PFOA in drinking water, we have been proactive in testing our active water sources for the contaminants. We took any wells offline years ago that would have exceeded the existing Response Level for these compounds. While the impacted…

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Infrastructure Upgrade Complete in Bodfish

As part of its commitment to ensuring critical infrastructure remains safe and reliable, Cal Water has completed an important water main replacement project in Bodfish. The water infrastructure upgrade will ensure customers and firefighters continue to have the water they need for their everyday and emergency needs. The project included the installation of 2,700 feet…

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Recycled Water Being Delivered to Tesoro Viejo

As part of their mutual commitment to being responsible stewards of the environment and Earth’s most precious natural resource, Cal Water has begun providing recycled water for Tesoro Viejo Master Mutual Water Company’s (Tesoro Viejo) customer and community needs. Cal Water operates and maintains Tesoro Viejo’s water, wastewater, recycled water, and agricultural water systems, and…

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Woodside infrastructure upgrade

Woodside Infrastructure Upgrade Complete

As part of the utility’s commitment to ensuring critical infrastructure remains safe and reliable, particularly during the pandemic and fire season, Cal Water has completed a large-scale water main replacement project in Woodside. This upgrade ensures that customers and firefighters will continue to have the water they need for their everyday and emergency needs, both…

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Infrastructure Improvement Project Completed in Salinas

Cal Water has completed a water main replacement project in northern Salinas that will strengthen water system reliability and infrastructure resiliency for customers’ everyday needs and firefighters’ emergency needs. The project included the installation of approximately 2,600 feet of new 8-inch water pipe. Crews also replaced six fire hydrants and 64 individual customer service connections.…

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Infrastructure Improvement Project Begins in Bakersfield

Cal Water began a water main replacement project in central Bakersfield today that will improve water system reliability and fire protection in the area. The infrastructure upgrade will ensure local customers continue to have a reliable water supply for their everyday and emergency needs. The project, which will take about 12 weeks to complete, includes…

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King City elevated tank demolition

Elevated Storage Tank in King City Removed

Cal Water recently decommissioned and removed its 100,000-gallon, elevated water tank. The tank, located in downtown King City, no longer meets newer seismic standards and has not been in use since 2013. According to Acting Local Manager Gary Vincelet, retrofitting the tank to make it seismically sound would have been costly and needlessly increase water…

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