Photos of the Week: LA’s Hyperion WWTP by Brian Raimondi

Locally based professional photographer Brian Raimondi takes environmental related pictures, including a long-term project shooting at the City of Los Angeles’ Bureau of Sanitation Hyperion Wastewater Treatment Plant. In beautiful black and white as well. His first view of the plant was on a public tour. “‘The tour was excellent and very informative.  As you can imagine, the  facility is an interesting backdrop for photographing,” Brian said.

View more of Brian’s photos at www.brianraimond.com.

Photos are copyrighted, used with permission.

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Old fashioned climber screens take out rags and trash at the headworks before material can cause problems inside the treatment plant as well as prevent trash from entering the Pacific Ocean.

Old fashioned climber screens take out rags and trash at the headworks before material can cause problems inside the treatment plant as well as prevent trash from entering the Pacific Ocean.

Truck load-out monitoring office. Biosolids are hauled to the Citys recycling farm called Green Acres.

Truck load-out monitoring office. Biosolids are hauled to the City's recycling farm called Green Acres.

Digester piping

Sludge digester piping

Looking over Hyperions rose garden and final clarifiers towards the LA DWPs Scattergood Power Plant.

Looking over Hyperion's rose garden and final clarifiers towards the LA DWP's Scattergood Power Plant.Piping network between digesters.

Hyperions egg-shaped digesters.

Hyperion's egg-shaped digesters.

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