By Andre Schmidt, LACSD First published by SCAP. The California Recovery Task Force recently announced that one percent and three percent interest loans funded through $25 million in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (Economic Stimulus Package) funds are available for Continue reading
The EPA Region 9 office announced a plan to spend $50 million on a Superfund project to cover a 5-mile area of DDT and PCB pollution on the sea floor near the Palos Verdes Peninsula. The pollution built up from the Continue reading
Certified wastewater treatment operators and collections system workers are needed to volunteer for training classes to help students prepare for upcoming certification tests. To become a volunteer trainer contact LABS certification guru Kris Flaig at Kris.Flaig@lacity.org .
The City of Malibu broke ground on their long awaited stormwater treatment plant – one piece of the City’s Legacy Park Project. The project not only includes a stormwater treatment plant to clean surface water before it reaches nearby beaches Continue reading
2009 CWEA Young Professionals Conference Effective Leadership (PDF) Adapting a Successful Formula for a Younger Adapting a Successful Formula for a Younger Profession James H. Clark, P.E., Vice President of Black & Veatch and Past-President of CWEA
CWEA 2009 Southern Regional Safety Conference June 4 – Carson, California (PDF files) Opening Remarks Tim Page-Bottorff, Conference Organizer, JoshuaCasey Corporate Training CalOSHA is Here – Now What Dick Monod De Frodeville Industrial Health & Safety Engineer, CalOSHA What is Continue reading
CWEA Odor Control Conference February 24 City of Los Angeles, Bureau of Sanitation Hyperion Wastewater Treatment Plant John Mays, PE, Moderator, City of Los Angeles Agenda (click links below to open presentation in PDF format) 8:15 – Bob Gaudes, P.E., Continue reading