Success Stories


  • San Pasqual Reservation

    The San Pasqual Tribe operates two water systems. One well is an older, heavily corroded steel storage tank that leaks. Drought and aquifer depletion forced the tribe to supplement its systems through an emergency connection to Valley Center Municipal Water District (VCMWD).

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  • Bisbee Disaster Preparedness

    RCAC conducted a vulnerability assessment and emergency response planning so that Bisbee was prepared when Tropical Storm Odile hit in September 2014

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  • Tribal Circuit Rider Program – AZ CA

    RCAC serves 20 tribes in Arizona under a contract with EPA Region 9. The work occurs primarily in the field, using a “circuit rider” approach.

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  • Native American Water Masters Association (NAWMA)

    Alaska’s Native water systems are often challenged to provide good water quality and quantity, to implement treatment processes and meet regulatory reporting requirements. NAWMA brings together Native water professionals

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  • Boulder City Hospital (BCH)

    Rural Boulder City, Nevada suffered through the poor economic conditions of the past decade. The community continues to have a high unemployment rate and few job opportunities, which means many young residents leave the area. As a result, the percentage of elderly residents in the city grew rapidly. Currently, nearly 30 percent of its residents are 65 or older; and that demographic change created a need for medical services targeted toward the elderly.

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