Project Name Maximum
The Monterey County Herald, “New Desal
Project Unveiled,” 12/04/2010.
Boyle Engineering Corp., Evaluation of
Desalination as a Source of Supplemental
Water, Technical Memorandum 2: Work
Plan for Project Implementation, prepared
for Nipomo Community Services District,
September 28, 2007.
Prato, T., Schoepke, E., Etchison, L., O’Brien,
T., Hernon, T., and Perry, K., “Production of
High Purity Water from Seawater,” Water
Quality Products, Vol. 7, No. 3, March 2002.
CDM, Scattergood Seawater Desalination
Pilot Project Preliminary Evaluation Report,
prepared for LADWP, March 10, 2008.
Cheng, Robert, Personal Communications,
December 16, 2010.
Bell, Richard, Personal Communications,
December 16, 2010.
Water Desalination Report, Carlsbad
Survives Legal Challenge, Vol. 46, No. 47,
December 13, 2010.
RBF, Camp Pendleton Seawater Desalination
Project Feasibility Study Final Report,
prepared for San Diego County Water
Authority, December 2009.
SDCWA News Release, Water Authority
Approves Desalination Plant Planning
Agreement with Marine Corps, April 22,
Razak, Halla, “Desalination Investigation in
Colorado River Process,” presented at Border
Governors’ Binational Desalination Conference,
May 26-27, 2010.
Wong, J.M., “An Update of Significant
Coastal Desalination Projects in California,”
proceedings of 2011 AWWA Membrane
Technology Conference, Long Beach, March
28-31, 2011. S
Table 3: Desalination Projects Suspended or Cancelled
Status of Project Cost Information Reason for Sususpension or
Marin Municipal Water District 5 Suspended Capital cost of $111 million Long term trend of water supply and demand
projections to be re-evaluated due to trend of
decreased water consumption in 2008-2009
Oceano 1.9 Suspended Product cost of $3,380/ac-ft Cost too high
LADWP/Player Del Rey 25 Cancelled N.A. City of Los Angeles decided to focus on water
conservation and water recycling only
Long Beach 5-10 Suspended Product cost of >$2,600/ac-ft Cost too high
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