Public Invited to Learn About the City's Recycled Water Program at Community Event
The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) and the Department of Public Works Bureau of Sanitation (BOS) are expanding the Recycled Water Program to reduce the City's dependence on imported water by providing more reliable, locally supplied water.
LADWP invites the public to hear an overview of this Recycled Water Program at an open community forum that will outline the City's long-term strategies to expand local water supplies through increased use of recycled water. The Program includes expanding infrastructure for irrigation and industrial uses along with groundwater replenishment using highly purified water.
Recycled Water Forums are being planned for four additional areas of Los Angeles: East LA, West Valley, East Valley and the Westside. Dates and locations for these upcoming workshops will be announced soon on LADWP's news website under "Upcoming Events" and via LADWP's Twitter account.
The South LA forum with Jim Yannotta, Assistant Director of Water Resources, LADWP, will be interactive and include a question-and-answer session.