Water is Life: Sustainability Means Clean Recycled Water

Spindrift and itʻs clients support sustainable development initiatives like Pure Water San Diego, the City of San Diego's phased, multi-year program that will provide one-third of San Diego's water supply locally by 2035. The Pure Water San Diego Program will use water purification technology to clean recycled water and produce safe, high-quality drinking water for the region. The Program offers a cost-effective investment for San Diego's water needs and will provide a reliable, sustainable water supply to meet increasing population growth in a coastal Mediterranean-like climate.

Our demand for water on hot, sunny, and dry summers is only going to intensify with increased population in the region, creating an unsustainable situation. We can no longer afford to let our treated waste water discharge into the ocean at the Point Loma Waste Water Treatment Plant.

Weʻre thrilled to have worked on several projects permitting a variety of different water and pipeline-related projects similar in nature to the Pure Water Program:

  • Cultural Resources Section 106 Inventory for the Replacement of Three Borrego Water District Reservoir Tanks, San Diego and Imperial Counties, California (2018-015)
  • Cultural Resources CEQA Plus Section 106 Inventory Survey of the Pond 20 Wetlands Mitigation Bank Project, City of Imperial Beach, San Diego County, California (2018-008)
  • Cultural and Biological Resources CEQA Inventory for the Western Municipal Water District La Sierra Pipeline and Sterling Pump Station and Reservoir Construction Management Project, City of Riverside, Riverside County, California (2017-005)
  • Cultural and Biological Resources CEQA Inventory for Tecolote Canyon Trunk Sewer Improvement Project, City of San Diego, San Diego County, California (2016-009)
  • Cultural Resources CEQA Inventory Survey and Paleontological Records Search for the Rainbow Municipal Water District Gird to Monserate Hill Water Line Design Project, Fallbrook, San Diego County, California  (2015-007)
  • Cultural Resources CEQA Plus Section 106 Inventory  Survey for the Cool Valley Reservoir Cover Replacement Project, Valley Center, San Diego County, California (2015-006)
  • Cultural Resources CEQA Plus Section 106 Inventory  Survey for the Pacific Beach Pipeline Project, City of San Diego, San Diego County, California (2015-004)

However, we also have experience with environmental compliance during the implementation of projects similar in nature to the Pure Water San Diego Pipeline project:

  • Cultural and Biological Resources Monitoring for the Western Municipal Water District La Sierra Pipeline and Sterling Pump Station and Reservoir Construction Management Project, City of Riverside, Riverside County, California (2017-005)
  • Archaeological Monitoring for the Rainbow Municipal Water District Gird to Monserate Hill Water Line Design  Project, Fallbrook, San Diego County, California  (2015-007)
  • Archaeological Work Plan and Monitoring Services for Design/Bid/Build DLA Project RM 13-1849; Repair Miramar Fuel Pipeline, NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center (FLC), Naval Base Point Loma, City of San Diego, San Diego County, California (2015-010)

We are actively seeking more opportunities like these to focus on sustainable development projects in the region that contribute to a better standard of living for residents in our community. Please email us or call 858-333-7202 for a complimentary cost proposal for more projects that ensure locally sourced, drought-proof drinking water to our region.

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