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Construction begins on recycled water treatment plant

PICO RIVERA — Ground was broken Sept. 22 to formally mark the beginning of construction on a high-tech $110 million treatment plant designed to purify recycled wastewater and reduce local dependence on imported water. Officials of the Water Replenishment District of Southern California were joined by state Sen. Tony Mendoza, D-Artesia, and Assemblywoman Cristina Garcia, Read More…

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Water Replenishment District approves demolition contract

PICO RIVERA — Work is expected to start here early next year on a $95 million water treatment plant aimed at helping the area store more underground water as opposed to purchasing more expensive water from the Colorado River or the California Delta. When it starts to operate in 2018, the plant will recycle about Read More…