Up to 20,000 barrels of purified water can be released from the Price Canyon Oil Field into Pismo Creek. The water from reverse osmosis is so pure that minerals need to be added before it can be released into the creek. John Martini watches over the process in March 2016.
Up to 20,000 barrels of purified water can be released from the Price Canyon Oil Field into Pismo Creek. The water from reverse osmosis is so pure that minerals need to be added before it can be released into the creek. John Martini watches over the process in March 2016. David Middlecamp dmiddlecamp@thetribunenews.com
Up to 20,000 barrels of purified water can be released from the Price Canyon Oil Field into Pismo Creek. The water from reverse osmosis is so pure that minerals need to be added before it can be released into the creek. John Martini watches over the process in March 2016. David Middlecamp dmiddlecamp@thetribunenews.com

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