What to know about the Poseidon desalination plant and its pros and cons for Southern California water

By Martin Wisckol

The day of reckoning is drawing near for Huntington Beach’s long-planned desalination plant, which would help quench Orange County’s thirst with sea water and free up imported water for the rest of the Southern California.

Twenty years and $50 million into the process, officials with plant purveyor Poseidon are optimistic they will get their final two permits — possibly by year’s end. They tout the project as a drought-proof source of water that will provide a stable supplement to the more volatile groundwater and imported sources in a future filled with aquatic uncertainties.

“Every time we’ve gotten close, the state has approved new [READ MORE HERE]

Source: OC Register

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