The Drinking Water Treatment Partnership Project
The Drinking Water Treatment Partnership Project addresses the need for clean drinking water in low-income mobile home parks located throughout Eastern Coachella Valley, CA. This project funds and oversees the installation of water treatment systems (reverse osmosis units) that reduce arsenic and fluoride levels in the drinking water to safe levels. Other jurisdictions can make a difference similarly by working with local groups and non-profits that can address the need to remedy water quality issues for small water systems.
Presented at NEHA 2015 AEC