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Fifty Years After 1969: How Far Have We Come? – Natural Resources Defense Council

On July 19, 2019Source: "groundwater news in California" – Google News

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Fifty Years After 1969: How Far Have We Come?  Natural Resources Defense Council

Nineteen sixty-nine was a pretty big year. This week in 1969, Apollo 11 astronauts traveled to and walked on the moon. That same year, the Stonewall Uprising …

California, 13 States Weigh in on Maui Groundwater Case – Bloomberg Environment

On July 19, 2019Source: "groundwater news in California" – Google News

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California, 13 States Weigh in on Maui Groundwater Case  Bloomberg Environment

A group of 14 states is backing claims by environmental groups that migrating pollution in groundwater that is discharged into the Pacific Ocean violates the …

Watch the 7.1 earthquake create 10-foot waves in Devils Hole – San Francisco Chronicle

On July 19, 2019Source: "groundwater news in California" – Google News

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Watch the 7.1 earthquake create 10-foot waves in Devils Hole  San Francisco Chronicle

The powerful earthquake on July 5 caused 10- to 15-foot waves inside Devils Hole, home to one of the world’s rarest fish.

Chevron's Oil Spill Endangers Kern County – CounterPunch

On July 19, 2019Source: "groundwater news in California" – Google News

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Chevron’s Oil Spill Endangers Kern County  CounterPunch

MCKITTRICK, CA A massive oil spill even bigger than the Plains All American Pipeline disaster off Refugio Beach in Santa Barbara County in 2015 has …

Essay: The changing Delta's challenges – Sacramento News & Review

On July 19, 2019Source: "groundwater news in California" – Google News

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Essay: The changing Delta’s challenges  Sacramento News & Review

More collaboration is crucial to meet worsening problems. By Jay Lund. The Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta is essential for the Central Valley’s economy, …

Climate 'vulnerability assessment' describes daunting challenges for Tahoe Basin – Reno Gazette Journal

On July 19, 2019Source: "groundwater news in California" – Google News

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Climate ‘vulnerability assessment’ describes daunting challenges for Tahoe Basin  Reno Gazette Journal

Human-caused global warming already changing Tahoe Basin, vulnerability assessment shows how and offers road map for adaptation.

EcoSPEARS to work clean-tech program with Port of San Diego – Orlando Sentinel

On July 19, 2019Source: "groundwater news in California" – Google News

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EcoSPEARS to work clean-tech program with Port of San Diego  Orlando Sentinel

A Central Florida clean-tech startup has partnered with the Port of San Diego to test technology that could help destroy contaminants in sediment, soil and …

‘Where Does Our Water Come From?’ | Water Management in San Gabriel Valley – The South Pasadenan

On July 19, 2019Source: "groundwater news in California" – Google News

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‘Where Does Our Water Come From?’ | Water Management in San Gabriel Valley  The South Pasadenan

Water management in the Western United States is highly complex as a result of a variable climate from year to year, explained a top water expert on Tuesday, …

Serving and listening to God's call | State – Blue Mountain Eagle

On July 19, 2019Source: "groundwater news in California" – Google News

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Serving and listening to God’s call | State  Blue Mountain Eagle

The day after giving her first official sermon at First United Methodist Church in Klamath Falls, Pastor Helen Mansfield began a week in Chiloquin serving as a …

State dissatisfied with Napa wine country groundwater plan – Napa Valley Register

On July 18, 2019Source: "groundwater news in California" – Google News

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State dissatisfied with Napa wine country groundwater plan  Napa Valley Register

California isn’t convinced that Napa County is adequately managing groundwater that sustains the area’s vineyards, wineries, rural residents and Napa River …


The Hall Reactor: Patented Biological Treatment For Groundwater Purification


The Hall Reactor is a cutting-edge biological remediation system, developed and patented by MIH Water Treatment, Inc., that treats contaminated drinking water through a sustainable process which leaves no contaminated waste behind. The Hall Reactor cost-effectively removes nitrates, perchlorate and other harmful contaminants, increasing the local water supply by utilizing existing water sources, creating a sustainable, reliable water system for local agencies, maximizing return on investment and improving quality of life.


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The California State Water Resources Control Board Division of Drinking Water conditionally approved the the Hall Reactor in 2014.
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Municipal Water Leader Magazine featured MIH Water Treatment, Inc. in the July/August issue!

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