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!
Dr. Kharaghani is head of the City of Los Angeles Bureau of Sanitation Watershed Protection Division and oversees stormwater projects, flood control and regulatory compliance. The American Society of Civil Engineers, Metropolitan Los Angeles Branch honored Dr. Kharaghani at their Oct. 8th Continue reading
We’re honored to have the fine folks at Rain for Rent sign-up as a LABS sponsor this month! The Los Angeles Basin contact is: Anthony Gaddie Branch Manager Rain for Rent 1301 E Spring St Long Beach, CA 90806 Tel: 562-595-7760 Continue reading
[nggallery id=4] By Wendy Wert LABS Director Chair, CWEA Training Coordination On October 15, 2009 the Los Angeles Basin Section (LABS) of California Water Environment Association (CWEA) hosted its annual Industrial Tour. This year’s event included a tour of the Continue reading
Nominations for 2009 LABS Awards must be mailed by Monday, November 23rd. Visit our Awards Page to download a nomination form today!
In the latest twist to LA’s on-going hunt for answers of major water main breaks – scientists from NASA and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena have been called in to see if tectonic movement is causing the “major blowouts” Continue reading
All day workshop features complimentary lunch. Workshop leader: Dr. Patti G. Trahern, Ph.D., P.E. Tuesday, November 10, 2009 City of Los Angeles Industrial Waste Management Division 2714 Media Center Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90065 (turn left at the guard shack Continue reading
CWEA needs Collection System Maintenance volunteers of different grade levels to review and revise the current test content areas (what’s on the CSM cert tests). There are two ways to be involved: Post a comment on our revalidation wiki page. Create Continue reading
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 .