May 9th / 10th – Charles P. Crowley Company’s Pump / Feed / Mix Academy
Save the date and attend this unique training opportunity! CPC Co. is pleased to announce the return of our popular Pump / Feed / Mix Academy. This one-day workshop will be conducted on two consecutive days (identical program offered each Continue reading
May 4 – Wastewater Research Section Digester Gas Hydrogen Sulfide Control using a Biotrickling Filter
Join us for our monthly dinner meeting and presentation! Click here for more information!
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.
By Rick Shpall MWD On Saturday, December 5th, 2009, the Los Angeles and Orange County Chapters of Water For People (WFP) teamed up for a morning of exercise, education, and goodwill at the WFP Hike-A-Thon held at the scenic Upper Newport Continue reading
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
Recycled Water: What Goes Around… Comes Around Attendees for this one-day workshop will gain a better understanding of recycled water issues and trends, upcoming regulations in California, and key factors for successful implementation of water recycling programs. Northern California: Tuesday, 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
From damaged cars to flooded homes, residents in a large area surrounding Termino Avenue have been battling winter storm runoff waters for years. Now, a major storm drain project is expected to alleviate flood prone areas in Belmont Heights, Alamitos Continue reading
Join LABS young professionals on the Los Angeles-Glendale Water Reclamation Plant tour, followed by lunch, on January 26th. Click here for more information!
The segment by reporter Lesley Stahl is embedded below. Some highlights: Governor Schwarzenegger: We have been in crisis for some time now. We are now 38 million people and not the 16 million in late 1960 and it developed into Continue reading
The project is being developed through a partnership between the Upper San Gabriel Valley Municipal Water District, the Water Replenishment District of Southern California, and several other water agencies that do not include the Central Basin Municipal Water District. Link Continue reading