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!
Congress set aside billions of dollars in this year’s stimulus bill for water-treatment systems. But that might not be enough… Listen to the NPR pocast
District honored with AMWA’s Platinum Award for Utility Excellence “This award is a testament to the commitment and dedication of our Board of Directors and member public agencies in providing the leadership to help Metropolitan deal head-on with the ever-changing Continue reading
By Wendy Wert LABS Director On October 13, 2009 the American Academy of Environmental Engineers (AAEE) hosted a breakfast and networking event at WEFTEC09 in Orlando, FL. The AAEE/AIDIS/WEF “Trends in Wastewater Treatment” event drew attendees from a broad spectrum Continue reading
Apply by November 31st for computer based testing – January 1 to March 31. Applications available at www.cwea.org/cert or call 510-382- 7800 #119 to have one mailed to you. To learn more about the computer based testing system visit www.cwea.org/cbt.
Residents in environmentally sensitive areas of Malibu will have until 2019 to hook-up to a wastewater treatment system. The Civic Center area has until 2015 to comply. The LA Times notes the long running argument over septic systems versus sewer system dates back Continue reading
There was a water main break Monday morning in an 8″ pipeline connection to a larger 54″ line sending a tall geyser rising into the air. Some reporters quickly dubbed it “Old Faithful of the Valley.” The LADWP quickly closed Continue reading
Guest Speaker: Jon Schladweiler Historian of the Arizona Water Association Join LABS dinner and learn about the history of sewer conveyance systems! Jon Schladweiler is a valuable source of information about the evolutionary development of sewers over the past 5,500 Continue reading
The California State Water Resources Control Board released a list of projects receiving stimulus funds. The stimulus funding is almost all gone and projects have been selected – now it’s time to kick construction into high-gear and get to work! Continue reading
Such as skipping the hamburger for lunch…
A Long Beach wastewater recycling project will receive Federal funding as part of legislation the Senate passed last week. The 2010 fiscal year Energy and Water Appropriations Conference Report includes $634,000 for the project. “We will also be able to Continue reading