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[nggallery id=7] (photos by Amanda Schmidt, RMC Water & Environment) Over thirty young professionals attended the Los Angeles-Glendale Water Reclamation Plant (LAG) tour on January 26, 2010. Mr. Hiddo Netto from the City of Los Angeles provided an overview of Continue reading
The LA City Council is pondering a name change for the Bureau of Sanitation which runs the treatment plants and collections system. A motion was introduced and referred to committee. Link to Full Text
Technique Identifies a Key Indicator of Wastewater Contamination at Low Levels, Offers Treatment Plants a New, Cost-Effective Tool for Testing Reclaimed Water
For PDF copies of the presentations click here> By Wendy Wert CWEA Training Coordination Committee Chair LACSD and Jon Hay CWEA Biosolids Committee Chair Black & Veatch On January 26, 2010, the California Water Environment Association (CWEA) Biosolids Committee hosted Continue reading
[imagebrowser id=5] (click next to browse through award winners) By Wendy Wert LABS Director On January 23, 2010, the Los Angeles Basin Section (LABS) of California Water Environment Association (CWEA) hosted the 2009 annual LABS awards from the Royal Salon Continue reading
2010 CWEA Biosolids Conference – Understanding Future Regulatory Trends & Impacts on Biosolids Management January 26, 2010 LACSD Conference Center, Whittier January 27, 2010 San Francisco (PDFs) “The posted presentations are for the personal use of CWEA Biosolids Conference attendees. Continue reading
If water is the next battleground for a globe facing dwindling water resources, then this 1960s-style community center at the northern end of Los Angeles’s Koreatown is at the forefront of the fight.
From TECS Environmental… To all, Our firm TECS Environmental is looking to hire a part-time Industrial Waste inspector for the LA / San Gabriel Valley area. If anyone could be of assistance with identifying an individual, please contact our offices Continue reading
The Santa Monica Bay’s dry-weather water quality record has improved and some habitats have rebounded since the release of a report five years ago on the bay’s environmental health. But the latest analysis of the waters off the South Bay Continue reading