Tsurumi Pumps Support Wildlife Restoration Work in Northern California

The California Gold Rush may have ended over 150 years ago, but its effects can still be seen in rivers and surrounding land that it took place in stretches of northern California. The Oroville area, about an hour’s drive north of the state’s capital of Sacramento, became famous for fortune seekers in the middle 19thContinue reading “Tsurumi Pumps Support Wildlife Restoration Work in Northern California”

Submersible Pumps Provide Environmental Conservation at Cherry Dam

Upgrading a system at a dam while also protecting the fish and wildlife in an area can be a challenge. The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (PUC) recently faced this dilemma at Cherry Dam, which is part of the Hetch Hetchy Regional Water System, located three and a half hours east of San Francisco onContinue reading “Submersible Pumps Provide Environmental Conservation at Cherry Dam”