Project Updates

  • HWG Finalizes Technical Memorandum

    On Monday, April 20, 2015, the Hydrogeological Working Group (HWG) members finalized the technical memorandum regarding the test slant well five-day test, and on Tuesday, April 21, 2015, the technical memorandum was submitted to the Coastal Commission. The HWG and Coastal Commission concluded that test slant well pumping was in compliance with parameters set in the Coastal Development Permits.  Read More...

  • Test Slant Well Completes Important Five-Day Test

    Yesterday, April 8, 2015, California American Water successfully completed an initial five-day operating test of its new test slant well located on the Cemex property in Marina, California. As reported previously, the test well has been operating successfully for a couple of weeks as part of the initial development of the well, however, this five-day test was the first continuous operation of the well over an extended period.   Read More...

  • Test Slant Well Data Published

    Construction of the test slant well and monitoring wells for the Monterey Peninsula Water Supply Project is complete. Three series of operating data have been posted to www.watersupplyproject.org/testwellmonitoring.  Read More...

  • Making Significant Progress on Test Well

    The desalination slant test well in Marina is making significant progress. View the video update on the slant test wells on YouTube.

    You can also read more about the test well progress in our latest email.  Read More...

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Working to Solve Monterey's Water Shortage

The Monterey Peninsula Water Supply Project (MPWSP) is California American Water’s solution to the region’s ongoing water supply crisis. The project includes a desalination facility and additional aquifer storage capacity. Combined with ongoing conservation efforts, the MPWSP will ensure a reliable, long-term water supply for our community.

Countdown to 12/31/16

December 31st, 2016, is the deadline issued by the California state water board to reduce pumping from the Carmel River by 70%.