Ten wells owned by IWA are on stand-by mode because they were impacted by chromium-6 regulation established by the State of California in 2014. On May 31, 2017, the Superior Court of California invalidated this regulation and the 10 wells can be activated as long as they meet all water quality standards.
The ten wells are existing and do not require any modifications to activate them, bacteriological and Title 22 water quality standards have to be met. All necessary water quality analyses will be submitted to the State Water Resources Control Board - Division of Drinking Water before the wells are activated.
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