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Sep 15

In the News: VC Star - VenturaWaterPure to receive $14 million from Bureau of Reclamation

Posted on September 15, 2022 at 4:05 PM by Jennifer Buckley

Ventura's planned water reuse facility to receive $14 million from US Bureau of Reclamation

Ventura’s planned water reuse facility — which will recover, treat and recycle treated wastewater — will receive $14 million from the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation.

City officials announced the grant funds for VenturaWaterPure on Tuesday. The money will come from a federal water reclamation and reuse program. The expected award still needs Congressional approval. Read the full VC Star article

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Sep 15

2022 WateReuse Annual Conference

Posted on September 15, 2022 at 3:57 PM by Jennifer Buckley

Our Ventura Water and VenturaWaterPure teams had a blast attending the 2022 WateReuse Annual Conference in San Francisco! The WateReuse conference is an opportunity for the water recycling community to gather, network, and discuss experiences with water recycling facilities and projects each year.

The technical sessions our staff attended were inspiring and provided valuable insights that will be incorporated into capital improvement project planning, design, and construction.

Group photo at the WateReuse Conference in San Francisco

Pictured from left to right: Matthew Cerruti, Associate Engineer, VenturaWaterPure; Linda Sumansky, Program Director, VenturaWaterPure; Erin Barry, Senior Management Analyst, VenturaWaterPure; Sarah Horwath, Environmental Biologist, Ventura Water; Vince Ines, Wastewater Utility Manager, Ventura Water

Aug 30

In the News: VC Reporter cover story on upcoming construction at Marina Park

Posted on August 30, 2022 at 2:28 PM by Jennifer Buckley

A pipeline extending under the ocean will be buried beneath Marina Park as part of the VenturaWaterPure Project. Photo by CAPS Media

by Alex Wilson, awilson@timespublications.com

People who enjoy visiting the playground at Ventura’s Marina Park may be wondering why the equipment was removed and when something new will be installed in its place. Read more in the article by VC Reporter

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