City of Lomita Heeds Residents’ Calls to Upgrade Lomita Water System – Selects RC Foster Corporation to Construct New Filtration System at Cypress Water Production Facility

After listening to residents’ concerns regarding Lomita’s drinking water, the City of Lomita approved a series of upgrades to its water system specifically designed to improve the taste and odor of water distributed throughout the City. Furthermore, after much consideration and discussion over the project, the City Council has unanimously selected RC Foster Corporation to […]

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25808 South Narbonne Ave. Submits a Well Installation and Semi-Annual Groundwater Monitoring Report

The parties responsible for 25808 South Narbonne Ave. have submitted a Well Installation and Semi-Annual Groundwater Monitoring Report to the Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board. The Board requires the parties to conduct groundwater monitoring and submit semi-annual reports as part of its investigation into the benzene intrusion. View this document.

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Save Water This Holiday Season!

Happy Holidays from Lomita Water! Whether you are planning to decorate your home or enjoy some special holiday meals, we encourage you to follow the tips below to help save water this holiday season:  🌲   If putting up a Christmas tree, consider a real tree — which studies show has a lower water footprint than […]

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California Regional Water Quality Control Board Asseses 25808 South Narbonne Ave. Well Installation Work Plan

The Los Angeles Regional Board has reviewed the Well Installation Work Plan for the Site located at 25808 South Narbonne Ave. and provided comments. Following completion of the installation and development of groundwater monitoring wells at the Site, the Responsible Parties are required to commence a semi-annual groundwater monitoring program and must meet certain requirements. […]

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City Helps Residents Save Water (and Money) Through Regular Leak Monitoring

As water meters across Lomita are read every other month, the Lomita Water System automatically detects possible water leaks by identifying meters that may have continuous or intermittent water flows. Once any possible leaks have been flagged, City staff will send residents a courtesy notification letter that there may be a leak somewhere on their […]

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Lomita Water Releases Video Explaining New Filtration System

Although the City can’t currently host in-person tours of the Lomita Water System, we’ve created a short video you can watch to learn about an exciting upgrade to our water infrastructure: a Granular Activated Carbon filtration system! The new filtration system will filter out natural organic materials that have previously created taste and odor concerns, […]

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