After a long hiatus of being distracted by many other things, I am itching to get back to blogging. Look for more posts coming soon.
As you’ve noticed (since my readers are of course the savviest folks around when it comes to water policy and water use 🙂 ), the drought in California in the past three years has really shifted perspectives on the importance of water reuse, desalination, and managed aquifer recharge. On a professional front, as a remediation engineer, I’m seeing more and more places in Southern California with public pressure not only to clean up contaminated groundwater but to reuse it for potable water supply. It is certainly an exciting time to be an engineer interested in building new projects to provide stability to the water supply in light of changing conditions!