The Cambria Community Services District today released results of the tracer study that was conducted to confirm the safe operation of the CCSD’s Emergency Water Supply (EWS) project.
The report measured the time taken for water injected near the CCSD’s San Simeon Creek well field to reach production wells that supply water to Cambria. It found that,
at the test rate of 454 gallons per minute injected into and withdrawn from the aquifer, the travel time was over two months to production well SS-1 and 57 days to a closer production well, SS-2.
The travel time to SS-2 (the closer well) was three days short of the time required for a Title 22 operating permit from the Central Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board. Based on these findings, the hydrogeologica Read More »