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
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GIS and mapping technology help the City of Long Beach chart a course for effective water system maintenance, capital improvement, and community outreach “Out in the field, having GIS incorporated into the survey process has made my life a lot Continue reading
A nonprofit corporation was established Tuesday to help advance a decades-long plan to transform 32 miles of the concrete-filled Los Angeles River into a strip of parks, walkways, bike trails and housing. The Los Angeles River Revitalization Corporation is tasked Continue reading
The project installed a biofiltration system comprised of vegetated swales and an infiltration trench that will collect runoff from a 7.5-acre area and remove bacteria, oil, trash and suspended solids from stormwater that would otherwise be discharged to Santa Monica Continue reading
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 Continue reading
Joshua Casey Corporate Training in Anaheim is offering December classes for drinking water and wastewater operators who need to certification credits before the end of the year. Joshua Casey is certified by the Calif Department of Public Health. Flyer Continue reading
AECOM is providing environmental engineering support to the Port of Long Beach (POLB) as part of its Green Port Policy and continuing plan to minimize impacts of its operations, and reduce air and water pollution. AECOM is a global provider Continue reading
Southern California has embraced water conservation, but it must be more than a temporary response to drought. California did it. This month, the Legislature passed a package of bills that includes a statewide urban water conservation goal of 20% by Continue reading
HOLD THE DATE! Saturday evening awards banquet at the Queen Mary in Long Beach. RSVP with Hala Titus (email@example.com) by January 16th, 2010 Click here for more information!
Shopping carts, tires or furniture floating down the Los Angeles River and into the San Pedro Bay could be a thing of the past. A major environmental project to help 16 cities capture tons of their trash before it enters Continue reading
Los Angeles, CA, is a city famous for its pavement. What other city lauds a mere concrete slab as a notable tourist attraction? However, apart from the landmark Hollywood Walk of Fame, life, like the concrete, can be a little Continue reading