Presented by: CWEA-Los Angeles
Water Replenishment District’s Groundwater Reliability Improvement Project and Support Building
Join LABS at our next dinner meeting featuring a presentation on Water Replenishment District of Southern California (WRD) programs to increase water recycling and groundwater reliability. WRD is currently constructing the Albert Robles Center for Water Recycling & Environmental Learning (formerly known as the Groundwater Reliability Improvement Project (GRIP)).
Once complete, the facility will purify approximately 10,000 acre feet (3.25 billion gallons) of tertiary treated recycled water annually to near-distilled levels through an advanced water treatment facility. Together, with another 11,000 acre feet (3.6 billion gallons) of tertiary recycled water, WRD will deliver 21,000 acre feet of water to the San Gabriel Coastal Spreading Grounds where it will percolate into the Central Basin.
6:00 pm Social Hour
7:00 pm Dinner
7:30 pm Presentation
8:20 pm Questions
8:30 pm End of Presentation
Dinner : Fajita buffet with steak, chicken, vegetarian sides, and soft drinks.
$10 Students or Retires