California Regional Water Quality Control Board Requests Additional Information and Work Plan Requirement for 25808 South Narbonne Ave.

Los Angeles Regional Board staff has received the document titled “Site Assessment Report” (Report) dated March 16, 2020, prepared by ETIC, on behalf of ExxonMobil Oil Corporation. Los Angeles Regional Board staff has reviewed the Report and other information in our case file for the Site.  The Board has requested additional information and work plan […]

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25825 S. Narbonne Ave. Requests Additional Extension for Required Work Plan

CVS Inc. (former Rolling Hills Carwash), located at 25825 S. Narbonne Ave, has requested an additional extension from the California Regional Water Quality Control Board to submit the required Work Plan. The Board previously required the Work Plan to be submitted by April 30, 2020 and then granted a secondary extension for submittal on June […]

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Lomita Water 2019 Consumer Confidence Report Now Available

Lomita residents can learn about the City’s drinking water and view water quality data in the 2019 Lomita Water Consumer Confidence Report, available online now at www.LomitaWater.com/CCR2019. 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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Extension Granted for Required Work Plan for 25825 S. Narbonne Ave.

The California Regional Water Quality Control Board has approved a secondary extension request from CVS Inc. (former Rolling Hills Carwash), located at 25825 S. Narbonne Ave, providing them more time to submit a site investigation work plan. The site is now required to submit its site investigation work plan by June 15, 2020. View this […]

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Lomita Water Filtration Project Receives $2 Million in WRD Grant Funding

Despite what is going on in the world, Lomita water projects continue. The Water Replenishment District (WRD) approved the City of Lomita Granular Activated Carbon treatment project under the Safe Drinking Water Program (SDWP) and authorized the use of up to $2,000,000 in SDWP grant funds for the project. The Granular Activated Carbon (GAC) project […]

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