LADWP Assists PG&E with Restoring Power to Customers after Northern California Storms Impact Power for nearly 100,000 LOS ANGELES — When emergency strikes, receiving the support of friends can make all the difference. After heavy storms began on January 4 resulting in extensive damage to electrical infrastructure and power outages for nearly 100,000 PG&E customers […]
Young Women Trained on Careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math through Newly-Launched STEM N’ Sustainability Program LOS ANGELES — Over 50 female students from Esteban Torres High School, Los Angeles Technical Trade College (LATTC) and California State University Northridge (CSUN) were introduced to the world of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) careers at […]
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LA’S DRINKING WATER & CHROMIUM-6 November 16, 2016–A non-profit organization recently released a list of American cities with detected Chromium-6 levels in drinking water systems. The list included Los Angeles, thereby generating renewed interest and potential concern among Angelenos about the quality and safety of the tap water. Contrary to the organization’s findings, there is […]
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LOS ANGELES — The Board of Water and Power Commissioners has adopted changes to the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power’s (LADWP) popular Turf Removal Program aimed at increasing sustainable landscapes in Los Angeles. The amended terms and conditions will continue to promote the installation of native and California Friendly® low water-use plants while […]