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BPC Comments on Draft Report on Toxicity Reference Values for the San Francisco Bay

BPC was given the opportunity to review and comment on an internal draft document on Toxicity Reference Values (TRVs) being developed by San Francisco Estuary Institute prior to finalization. BPC highlighted that there were some limitations to the data and that if used inappropriately the TRVs that were developed would be overly conservative and ultimately […]

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2018 Election: BPC Ballot Measure Outcomes

PROPOSITION 3: FAILED – 51.78% Voted No BPC Position: Yes Proposition 3, the Water Supply and Water Quality Act of 2018, would have invested over $8 billion in California water infrastructure. While it failed statewide, it was successful in every Bay Area county other than Marin and Solano. PROPOSITION 6: FAILED – 56.44% Voted No BPC […]

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Estuary News for September 2018

You don’t want to miss this.   September Issue Extras!   Last week we sent you your link to the latest issue of our 20-page magazine ESTUARY News.    If you missed our stories on everything from what’s up with the WaterFix to persistent pollution from cigarette butts to how wild cats use creeks to […]

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