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Mission Statement

The mission of the Coalition is to meet the growing need in the United States for safe, sustainable, adequate and affordable water supplies, the Multi-State Salinity Coalition (MSSC) promotes advancements in desalination-related technologies, salinity control strategies and associated policies as stated in the Articles of Incorporation.

The goal of the MSSC is to effectively foster communication and dialogue on related desalination and salinity management-related policy matters through quarterly meetings, correspondence, and the development, sponsorship and presentation of an annual national desalination and salinity management summit for local, regional, and national leaders. The MSSC believes that collaborative efforts among water providers, state agencies, federal agencies, research organizations, congressional leaders and private industry are essential in pursuit of common educational interests as stated in the Articles of Incorporation.

The MSSC is not, nor is it intended to be, a substitute for local government. It is, however, an organization through which its individual members can work on salinity management and desalination issues and coordinate their efforts.


 

What's New?

  2014 Summit Presentations
Presentations from the 2014 Summit in Las Vegas have been posted for viewing and downloading.

  MSSC Member Tackles Drought
Ed Archuleta tackles severe El Paso drought issues as President of the El Paso Water Utilities.  Download a copy of the UK Guardian article here, or read the article on the Guardian website.

 


Multi-State Salinity Coalition

Thank you so much for your generous support towards the 2014 Multi-State Salinity Coalition Annual Salinity Summit, "Sustainable Solutions in an era of Climate Variability," February 20-21, 2014 in Las Vegas, NV.  It would not be possible for MSSC to host the Summit without the support of our sponsors, dedication from our speakers, moderators and participation of our guests.  It is prevalent to the success of the Summit.

As you are aware, the exchange of information is paramount in developing and implementing policies for successful desalination programs.  The Summit proved to be an excellent venue for this exchange, and will prove to be a benchmark in enhancing the continued efforts in managing these resources.

Without the dedication and support of you, the MSSC would not be able to fulfill their mission of meeting our Nation's growing need for safe, sustainable, adequate and affordable water supplies, by promoting advancements in desalination-related technologies, salinity control strategies and associated policies.

On behalf of the Multi-State Salinity Coalition, thank you for your continuous dedication.  We look forward to seeing you at the Summit.

Please feel free to contact

Christine Kimberling
MSSC
c/o Christine Kimberling
PO Box 63146
Colorado Springs, CO  80962
719-237-3508
or via email at CKimberling@Q.com for more information