The eradication of zebra mussels in San Justo Reservoir and pipeline infrastructure in San Benito County is two-fold and involves: 1) the treatment of San Justo Reservoir using muriate of potash (potash or potassium chloride); and 2) the treatment of the Hollister Conduit in combination with District-owned water delivery conveyances (pipeline system) using potash. It is important that this two-fold eradication be implemented concurrently, as eradication zebra mussels in the reservoir without eradicating them in the pipeline, and vice versa, would allow re-infestation of both appurtenant infrastructures.
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