Emergency Conservation Regulation Compliance - Mojave Water Agency


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Emergency Conservation Regulation Compliance

Conservation
On May 18, 2016 the California Environmental Protection Agency, State Water Resources Control Board adopted an emergency water conservation regulation, effective June 1, 2016 through January 2017.  Regulation requires locally developed conservation standards based upon circumstances unique to individual agencies.  


(Association of California Water Agencies

To comply with the emergency regulatory action, as an urban water wholesaler, the following data and information is being provided.
  • Reclaimed Wastewater
  • Historical water supply conditions for the Mojave Basin Area can be retrieved from the Watermaster Annual Reports (Years 1993 - 2015)
Available information includes:
          • Precipitation Data
          • Wastewater Imports
          • Imported Water Deliveries by MWA
          • Water Levels
          • State of the Basin
This data is found in Chapter 3 of the Annual Reports.  LINK TO REPORTS HERE
  • Regional Groundwater Level Monitoring Program
MWA partners with USGS to monitor ground water levels within the Mojave Water Agency Regional Basin.  This data is available on the following sites:
Water Supply Worksheet for 
Mojave Water Agency


This worksheet is intended to be used to understand the MWA's various water supply categories. This is based on the Governor's Executive Order B-37-16 and the SWRCB Emergency Regulation Rulemaking. There are two areas of unique hydrology, included in this document are both supply calculations. This information will be used by of local urban water suppliers to determine their future conservation standard. 


Contact Information for Conservation Regulations:  
Nicholas Schneider, Water Conservation Manager
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