Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County
The Districts promote environmental sustainability in California by converting waste to vital resources such as water and energy. With an annual budget of approximately $742 Million; the Districts provide wastewater and solid waste management for about 5.6 million people. Facilities include: approximately 1,400 miles of sanitary sewers; eleven wastewater treatment plants; two active sanitary landfills, three materials recovery facilities/transfer stations; and energy production facilities, generating about 100 megawatts.
Over 250 engineers work in areas such as: research, air and water quality monitoring, design, geotechnical engineering, hydrogeology, planning, construction, operations, industrial waste, and financial management. (1,750)
Wednesday, April 10
2:25 PM – 2:50 PM