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Growing support for the Cadiz Water Project

"The concept and design of the Cadiz water project originate from the company's respect for the land and the environment. As a conservation project, it will capture clean drinkable water that otherwise would be lost to evaporation from the nearby Cadiz and Bristol Dry Lakes. The project saves clean drinking water by pumping the groundwater before it can become contaminated by the sodium chloride and calcium chloride under the dry lakes."
-- Joseph S.C. Bonadiman, Ph.D., P.E.
"I find the project to be viable and capable of being implemented and administered without deleterious effects on the environment. The monitoring plan will ensure that any unanticipated effects are detected and dealt with."
-- Dr. Charles Groat, former director of the U.S. Geological Survey, Professor of Geological Sciences and Director of the Center for International Energy and Environmental Policy, University of Texas at Austin
"I would like to pass on to you my professional judgment that this is a unique project. That it should go forward. It is not going to cause grief or harm. Many of the problems that I have heard articulated are not related to the facts of the matter… I urge you to look very carefully at the science. It is good science."
-- Andrew Stone, hydrogeologist and Executive Director of the American Ground Water Trust
"Having physically worked in the Project site area many times over the past decade, we have physically observed geologic, hydrologic and various testing (pumping and recharge tests), for many years. The project represents best industry practices in groundwater basin management and … will make a new reliable source of water available to Southern California for the next 50 years."
-- Terry Foreman, PG, C.Hg., CH2M HILL & Dennis Williams, Ph.D, PG., C.Hg., GEOSCIENCE
"This project is based on good science. Layne provided five different drilling methods in order to gather the scientific data to support the prolific aquifer characteristics… as a matter of fact, (test well)TW-2 produced 1,500 gallons a minute with no draw down. I have been in this business for over 45 years and have never seen a well with such high production."
-- Bob Ereth, general manager of national business development for Layne Christiansen Company
"We see the Green Compact as a potential model for how the private sector and the environmental community can work together to achieve environmental betterment. This agreement will potentially yield a variety of significant environmental benefits, from wild land preservation to clean energy to the restoration of threatened water systems."
-- Greg Thomas, President, Natural Heritage Institute