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Jan 25 – San Diego Coastkeeper Applauds Sewage Backup Generator Plan Put Forward by City of San Diego Wastewater Officials

Coastkeeper encourages City Council to approve the infrastructure upgrade to protect the region’s economy, health, environment SAN DIEGO, CA-January 25, 2011 – San Diego Coastkeeper, the region’s environmental watchdog protecting inland and coastal waters, applauds City of San Diego’s wastewater officials for its recently unveiled generator backup plan for eight sewage pumps stations in the […]

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Dec 29 – Coastkeeper, Surfrider Release 2014 Beach Cleanup Data

Yearly totals indicate a troubling trend of inland trash making its way to the ocean  SAN DIEGO, December 29, 2014 – Condoms. Tampons. Glow sticks. A stethoscope.   These items topped the list of unusual pieces of trash removed from San Diego County beaches during a suite of cleanups hosted in 2014 by the Surfrider Foundation San […]

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December 11 – Coastkeeper Welcomes Five Members to Its Board of Directors

Volunteer board also approves new officers for 2015 SAN DIEGO, December 11, 2014 –San Diego Coastkeeper announces the addition of Sarah Boot, Jack Brown, Taya Lazootin, Elizabeth Taylor and Catherine Stiefel to its board of directors. The five bring substantial experience in corporate and environmental law, watershed science, finance and marine conservation. Boot, an attorney […]

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Nov 18 – San Diego Coastkeeper Lauds City Council Approval of Large-Scale Recycled Water Program

San Diego signals new era of responsible water use, takes step to become national leader in potable reuse SAN DIEGO, November 18, 2014 –San Diego Coastkeeper applauds today’s unanimous San Diego City Council vote that approved critical elements of the Pure Water program. This vote sets outs a twenty-year implementation plan and allows city staff […]

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Nov 18 – Environmental Organizations Urge City Council to Move Forward with Large Scale Recycled Water Program

San Diego poised to become leader in potable water recycling SAN DIEGO, November 18, 2014 – At a 2:00 p.m. meeting today, the San Diego City Council will vote on two items that would allow the City to pursue a 20-year potable reuse program designed to add a safe, reliable and drought-proof local drinking water […]

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Nov 13 – Coastkeeper Cheers Mayor’s Support of Large Scale Recycled Water, Strongly Urges City Council Passage Next Week

A step in easing drought-related problems, San Diego poised to become leader in potable water recycling SAN DIEGO, November 13, 2014 – At an event today, Mayor Faulconer announced his support for the Pure Water program, a large-scale wastewater recycling program on which the San Diego City Council will vote onNovember 18. Currently, San Diego currently relies […]

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October 25 – More than 100 volunteers prove ‘mission possible’ at today’s clean the bay day

Volunteers remove 325 pounds of trash from Mission Bay, surrounding park SAN DIEGO (Oct. 25, 2014) – This morning hundreds of volunteers on the water and land conducted a three-hour sweep of Mission Bay for SeaWorld’s and San Diego Coastkeeper’s Third Annual Mission Possible: Clean the Bay Day. More than 115 participants, including four standup […]

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October 20 – Coastkeeper Says Enforcement is Crucial Follow-Through to Tonight’s City Council Drought Alert Decision

Water supply watchdog supports mandatory restrictions, pledges to monitor City’s enforcement efforts SAN DIEGO, October 20, 2014 – San Diego Coastkeeper, which protects drinkable waters in San Diego County, thanks San Diego City Council for moving to a Level 2 Drought Alert, enacting mandatory water restrictions in the city. With today’s vote, the City is […]

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October 8 – Coastkeeper Thanks City Council Environment Committee for Supporting Level 2 Drought Alert

Water supply watchdog urges full city council to follow suit by supporting the mandatory water restrictions at its meeting later this month SAN DIEGO, October 8, 2014 – The San Diego City Council Environment Committee voted unanimously today to send the decision for the City to move to Level 2 Drought Alert to the full […]

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