OC Grand Jury Report states Desal is Needed Now

OC Grand Jury Report states Desal is Needed Now

Click to learn more about why the Orange County Grand Jury sees desalination as a critical part of Orange County’s future water needs....

Alternative Seawater Intake Systems are Being Analyzed

Alternative Seawater Intake Systems are Being Analyzed

Poseidon is working with Coastal Commission staff and a team of independent analysts to review alternative intake systems. Click title to learn about updates on this pub...

Desalination Can Provide a Drought-Proof  Water Supply for Orange County

Desalination Can Provide a Drought-Proof Water Supply for Orange County

With Southern California’s imported water supplies under climate and regulatory constraints, we look forward to working with the Orange County water community to delive...

Poseidon Files Technical Responses to Coastal Commission Staff Report

Poseidon Files Technical Responses to Coastal Commission Staff Report

Read Poseidon Water's technical responses to the staff reports for the California Coastal Commission hearing on November 13. ...

Hazard Investigation and Mitigation Plan

Hazard Investigation and Mitigation Plan

Find out more about the site hazard assessment report as well as seismic, tsunami and flood mitigation plan for the HB Desalination Project....

Project Objectives

Project Objectives

The Huntington Beach Seawater Desalination Project will provide Orange County with 8% of its water supply....

Putting Power In Perspective

Putting Power In Perspective

The water treatment facility will be the most technologically advanced and energy efficient desalination facility in the Western Hemisphere. Through its voluntary Energy...

Survey shows 71% of HB Voters want Desal Plant Built

Survey shows 71% of HB Voters want Desal Plant Built

More than two out of three HB voters want desalination plant built...

The Huntington Beach Desalination Facility is a cost-effective, environmentally sensitive solution to provide a safe and reliable water supply to Orange County residents.

The proposed seawater desalination facility will provide 50 million gallons of water per day (50 MGD) while using existing infrastructure to reduce construction costs – a major factor in making water affordable. The facility will ensure there is sufficient high quality water to meet demands and protect Southern California against the public health, security and economic consequences of water shortages – readily available in times of emergency. Read more