Although Kettleman City is located adjacent to the great California Aqueduct that funnels water to Los Angeles, residents in this small Central Valley town have had to deal with unsafe arsenic levels in their water supply for decades—a situation so dire that state officials truck in 30 gallons of drinking water per family each month.
Rural Community Assistance Corporation’s (RCAC) work to install water bottle filling stations and point-of-use filters in Arvin, California, through the Agua4All program was featured on Valley Public Radio today
Rural Community Assistance Corporation (RCAC) received $10,000 from the San Joaquin Valley Health Fund to expand the Agua4All program to communities in the Porterville School District in Tulare County.
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In what could bode well for other small water systems in California, the city of Tulare will merge its water system with Pratt Mutual Water Co., which serves the neighboring disadvantaged community of Matheny Tract’s 1,200 residents.