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Fort Ord: Recycled water pipeline project set to break ground with ceremony

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On Tuesday, Marina Coast Water District and Monterey One Water officials will hold an official groundbreaking for the $22.6 million project, which is set to add 8 miles of 24-inch pipeline from north of Marina to Seaside where it will connect with two more miles of existing pipe along Gen. Jim Moore Boulevard.

Source: California Water News feed

Source: Water Industry News

The long journey of genetically engineered salmon to your dinner plate

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One day in 1992, a technology entrepreneur sat down for a meeting with a pair of biologists who were studying the genes of fish. The scientists, Choy Hew and Garth Fletcher, were working on a method of purifying “antifreeze proteins” that would help Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) survive so-called superchill events in the North Atlantic.

Source: California Water News feed

Source: Water Industry News

Many of north valley’s dams deemed high-hazard

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Everyone knows about the risk from Oroville Dam after the spillway crisis, but most of the dams in the north valley are considered to have a high-hazard potential. … New requirements for these high-risk dams, including annual inspections, will come into play if Gov. Jerry Brown signs the dam safety bill on his desk soon.

Source: California Water News feed

Source: Water Industry News