Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board Submits Site Assessment Work Plan Requirement Letter at 25808 South Narbonne Avenue.

On June 9, Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board submitted a Site Assessment Work Plan Requirement letter for the site at 25808 South Narbonne Avenue. The work plan should propose soil borings and monitoring well installations sufficient to delineate and assess the extent of soil and groundwater impacts and is due on July 15, […]

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Lomita Water 2021 Consumer Confidence Report Now Available

Lomita residents can learn about the City’s drinking water and view water quality data in the 2021 Lomita Water Consumer Confidence Report, available online now at www.LomitaWater.com/CCR2021. The water quality report link has been directly distributed to Lomita Water customers via a water bill insert to paper bill recipients and via email to eBilling recipients. […]

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ExxonMobil Oil Corporation Submits Semiannual Groundwater Monitoring Waste Manifest Letter for 25808 Narbonne Ave.

On March 15, 2022, ETIC submitted a Semiannual Groundwater Monitoring Waste Manifest Letter on behalf of ExxonMobil Oil Corporation (ExxonMobil) for the site at 25825 S. Narbonne Ave. The waste generated during ETIC’s Semiannual Groundwater Monitoring Report dated January 13, 2022 has been removed from the site and transported for proper disposal. View document.

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City Council Adopts Updated 2022 Water Master Plan

Following the Water Subcommittee’s recommendation, the City of Lomita presented the 2022 Water Master Plan during the regular City Council meeting on February 15, 2022. In July 2021, the City partnered Dudek, an environmental planning firm, to complete a system-wide evaluation and identify future water system needs. Since the 2015 Water Master Plan, the City […]

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Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board Responds to Groundwater Monitoring Report for 25825 S. Narbonne Ave.

On January 25, 2022, the Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board responded to PIC Environmental Services’ Groundwater Monitoring Report for 25825 S. Narbonne Ave. Based on the Regional Water Board’s assessment, additional groundwater monitoring is needed to evaluate concentrations of petroleum hydrocarbons, benzene and fuel oxygenate compounds. View document.

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