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Some questions about chloride

Posted: August 1, 2013 2:00 a.m.
Updated: August 1, 2013 2:00 a.m.

This is a question about the following article posted by The Signal on July 26, 2013. It is entitled: "Ratepayers sound off on chloride."

My question is; How much of the 6 million gallons of water processed per day do the farmers use? If they use only half of the 6 million per day, then that means 3 million gallons of cleaner water flows into the ocean unused?

It is not fair that our state is going to charge us to clean up the full 6 million gallons of water.

My other question is, where do they test for the chlorides?

I am sure the chloride content at the discharge pipes of our sewage plant is a lot lower than downstream.

How much salt content is actually contained in the river bed?

Comment: I paid $800 to install a non-salt-water softening device in place of my old resin bed salt regenerating water softener and am still being penalized for being obedient.

I am tired of being put in a dark place and being fed manure.

One more question, who ever told the farmers downstream that I will send them clean water? What if there was no Santa Clarita and therefore no sewage?

Where would those farmers get their water?

What is the reason why fresh water is not piped to those farmers?

What is Lake Piru used for?

It sounds like someone is not being truthful.

Editor’s note: Santa Clara River water is tested for chloride at the point where it crosses from Los Angeles County to Ventura County.


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