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The city of Camarillo in Ventura County is proposing to desalt water from a local aquifer where supplies have become increasingly saline.
The top supplier is the $1 billion Carlsbad Desalination Plant in San Diego County, which opened in 2015 as the nation’s biggest desalting facility.
This week, the city of Antioch celebrated its place among eight communities selected to receive a share of $44 million in state money for desalting projects.
In the Bay Area, the Alameda County Water District has one such facility in Newark that has been desalting about 14,000 acre-feet of water annually since 2003 — about 40 percent of the water supplied by the district.
And a coalition of Bay Area water agencies is considering a much larger brackish desalination plant in Pittsburg, with the potential to desalt water from the Delta and deliver 23,000 acre-feet of water per year.
Coastal cities are investing in desalination plants, but desalting technology is simply too expensive to use for agriculture.
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