Clean Border Water Now
CBWN’s Four Main Goals
- Stop untreated sewage wastewater entering the Pacific Ocean through the Tijuana River Valley (TRV).
- Stop chemical pollution from entering the Pacific Ocean through the TRV.
- Stop plastic pollution from flowing through the TRV to the Pacific Ocean.
- Stop coastal water pollution, including untreated wastewater and chemicals that travel laterally from Baja California beaches to San Diego county beaches.
About The Program
CBWN is a volunteer-led program directed by local Imperial Beach residents. A full-time campaign manager also supports it. Historically, the CBWN Committee met every fourth Monday of the month from 6:00-7:30 pm. Those meetings are currently paused and will be back online very soon.
Check the Surfrider San Diego Events Calendar or sign up for our monthly newsletter for new meeting information.
The real border emergency
The health and well-being of coastal communities on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border and the millions of people who enjoy this stretch of coastline have long been threatened by the flow of untreated sewage, industrial pollution, and trash into the Tijuana River Watershed and the Pacific Ocean.
Watch this gripping Surfrider Foundation video to learn more about this environmental and public health crisis.