Santa Clarita Valley Sanitation District Acts to Protect Ratepayers
February 26, 2019

Yesterday, the Board of Directors for the Santa Clarita Valley Sanitation District of Los Angeles County approved a resolution to discontinue environmental studies related to using more recycled water and discharging less water to the Santa Clara River. The agency has determined that pursuit of these studies will not yield a timely or cost-effective project for its ratepayers due to ongoing litigation, permitting uncertainty, and overlap with other regional watershed planning efforts.

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Take a Tour of the Palmdale Water Reclamation Plant on Saturday, March 30
February 27, 2019

Have you ever wondered what happens to sewage generated in the Antelope Valley? Find out on this tour of the Palmdale Water Reclamation Plant – one of the Sanitation Districts’ two Antelope Valley wastewater treatment plants. Come learn how the Sanitation Districts convert this "waste" water into valuable resources. The tour is free and open to ages 10 and up.

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Santa Clarita Valley Sanitation District Awards Contract for Advanced Water Treatment Facility
February 1, 2019

On January, 31, 2019, the Santa Clarita Valley (SCV) Sanitation District, one of our 24 districts, awarded a construction contract for an advanced water treatment facility at the Valencia Water Reclamation Plant. The new facilities will enable the SCV Sanitation District to comply with a strict State and Federally-mandated limit on the amount of chloride (salt) in the treated water discharged to the Santa Clara River by the SCV's two wastewater (sewage) treatment plants.

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Sanitation Districts Award Infrastructure Contract to Protect Local Waterways
January 24, 2019

The Sanitation Districts awarded a construction contract for the Clearwater Project to Dragados USA, Inc. The project will protect local waterways by addressing aging infrastructure and involves building a new 7-mile long, 18-foot diameter tunnel to convey treated water from the Joint Water Pollution Control Plant in Carson to existing ocean outfalls at Royal Palms Beach in San Pedro. Construction will begin this year and is scheduled to end in 2026.

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Earth Day is Coming!
January 8, 2019

Join us on Saturday, April 13, as we celebrate our 13th Earth Day Community Festival at our main office in Whittier. The Festival features fun and educational activities for the whole family, including eco-friendly exhibitors with giveaways, tours of our facilities, arts and crafts, live entertainment, food, and, of course, a chance to see your neighbors.

Click here to view Earth Day Flyer.

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Need a Speaker for Your Next Meeting, Event, or Class?
October 6, 2018

The Sanitation Districts have had a profound impact on the development of Los Angeles County. Our Speakers Bureau Program provides, at no cost, speakers to give presentations about our agency, projects, and programs. Request a speaker for your next meeting, event, or class and learn more about resource recovery and wastewater and solid waste management issues.

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Informational Video on Clearwater Project
August 14, 2018

With construction of the Clearwater Project beginning in early 2019, the Sanitation Districts has produced a 5-minute video that provides an overview of the project, including why the project is needed, what the project is, and how the project will be constructed. Click on this link to view the video. For more information about the Clearwater Project, please visit .

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New Public Service Announcements
February 16, 2018

Staff has worked with the producers of the PBS show Curiosity Quest to develop three new public service announcements (PSA). Click Read More below for more details. We will be sharing these via social media in the coming weeks and seeking airtime on public cable. If you see something you like, please share via your social media.

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Sanitation Districts Joins International Water Industry in Taking a Stand Against So-Called 'Flushable' Wipes
June 12, 2018

Wipes and other products may be labeled 'flushable,' but that does not mean they disappear. The truth is flushed wipes can block toilets and pipes and damage sewer systems.

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Bixby Marshland Open for Tours on First Saturday of Every Month
January 1, 2018

The 17-acre Bixby Marshland, located near the intersection of Figueroa and Sepulveda in the City of Carson, was restored by the Sanitation Districts in 2009. This marshland is a unique habitat located in an urban setting. We are open for free tours on the first Saturday of every month from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. We also schedule tours for groups by appointment. For more information, or to set up a tour, contact us at (562) 908-4288, ext. 2301.

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