Los Angeles Uses Smart Alternatives for Affected Water Systems

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The city of Los Angeles has been proactive in its approach while conducting in-depth evaluations on water conservation. The recovery continues from the multi-year drought and finding alternate means to better the water infrastructure systems have been a vital aspect in making long term improvements.  Some of the research has included an interesting analysis of […]

New Wastewater Facility for Malibu, New Sewers for Area Beaches

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Three California State Parks have received the go-ahead to rehabilitate their sewers systems. The funding will come from The Clean Beaches Initiative Grant Program for Doheny State Beach, El Capitan State Beach and Carpinteria State Beach for repairs to infrastructure. Some of the sewage systems are approximately 50 years old and are nearing the end […]

Evaluation Process for Sewer Capacity in L.A.

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The City of Los Angeles owns and operates one of the largest wastewater collection systems in the country. It is made up of 6,700 miles of public sewers that serves over four million residents and 29 contract agencies. As the City continues to grow and develop, a sewer capacity review process was created to ensure […]

Los Angeles’ Joint Water Pollution Control Plant

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Seventeen independent districts in the Los Angeles Sanitation Districts’ partnership are joined together to share a regional, interconnected sewage system called the Joint Outfall System (JOS).  These 17 Sanitation Districts serve 73 cities and unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County.  The JOS provides the benefit of local water control and the advantage of a shared […]