I see how passionate my father is about changing the Desalination project into something that is better for the environment and makes use of what we already have and I wanted to help him tell this story.
Santa Cruz, CA (PRWEB) July 31, 2013
Father and Son team, Scott McGilvray of WaterAware and Chris McGilvray of Six Finger Films, created Water for Santa Cruz in effort to bring attention to the $130 Million desalination project that has been proposed for the Santa Cruz area. It brings together many experts on the area’s water supply and discusses various alternatives to desalination project that are less financially taxing and more friendly to the environment.
“My family lives in Santa Cruz and I love the beauty of the area.” says Chris McGilvray. “I see how passionate my father is about changing the Desalination project into something that is better for the environment and makes use of what we already have and I wanted to help him tell this story. I hope we raised even more awareness in the community about the danger of the desalination plant and to the alternatives.”
Multiple experts weigh in on the matter during the film including Rick Longinotti and Paul Gratz co-founders of Santa Cruz DeSal Alternatives, James Bentley, a retired Water Plant & Production Superintendent for the city of Santa Cruz and Peter Hoss, principle of Fall Creek Engineering, a reclaimed water expert.
About Water Aware
WaterAware was founded in 2006 by Scott McGilvray in effort to create a Landscape Water Management Performance Program for the California Landscape Contractors’ Association. Since it’s beginning they have been able to set industry standards across the state for water security, usage and cleanliness. There are now over 65 certified water managers that help in this cause.
About Six Finger Films
Six Finger Films is a production company based out of San Francisco and Santa Cruz, co-founded by Chris McGilvray and Scott Krinsky. More information can be found on the Six Finger Films site or their Facebook Page.