MWD authorizes treatment surcharge credit for WMWD

A maintenance shutdown which took longer than expected has forced the Western Municipal Water District to purchase treated water at a higher price, so the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California will be providing Western with a credit for the treatment surcharge.The MWD board approved a credit of up to $200,000 during the board’s Thursday, April 13, meeting. The $200,000 is a maximum estimate, and the actual credit will be dependent on the schedule for completing the repairs to the distribution system.Currently six CWA pipelines carry water along the San Diego Aqueduct from MWD’s Robert A. Skinner Water Treatment Plant in Temecula. Pipelines 1, 2, and 4 convey treated water while Pipelines 3, 5 and 6 deliver untreated supply. Pipeline 6 currently carries untreated wa
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