The California Regional Water Quality Control Board continues its investigation into the source of the benzene intrusion. The Board has identified a site on Crenshaw Boulevard in Torrance that, according to a review of the State’s case file, is missing historical and present information regarding chemical use and storage. The LA Regional board has requested […]
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD) has provided a work plan to the Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board, as required in a letter from the board identifying LASD as a potential source of benzene intrusion.
CITY OF LOMITA FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Carla Dillon, Public Works Director PHONE: 310.325.7110 ext. 124 EMAIL: email@example.com Lomita Invites Public to Tour Water Infrastructure Interest Lists Forming Now for September Tours CITY OF LOMITA, CA, August 28, 2019 — The City of Lomita has announced a water infrastructure tour series that will start in September with […]
The California Regional Water Quality Control Board continues its investigation into the source of the Benzene intrusion. The Board has identified two additional potential Benzene sources along Narbonne Ave. stemming from an underground storage tank system. The LA Regional board has requested work plans from the responsible parties of the two new investigation sites in […]
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s request for an extension to submit a work plan to the California Regional Water Quality Control Board. View this document. California Regional Water Quality Control Board approval of the Sheriff’s request for an extension to submit a work plan. View this document.
Please visit the City of Lomita’s website to read more about the Proposed Hi-Shear Site Investigation.
The L.A. Regional Water Quality Control Board is looking into a potential source of the recent benzene intrusion at Well No. 5.
A recent annual water quality test showed detection of benzene at the City’s single groundwater production well. Immediately following a confirmation of test results, the City took the well offline and transitioned to imported water.
On July 17, the Lomita City Council awarded a construction contract to Stephen Doreck Equipment Rentals, Inc. for the water main replacement and street rehabilitation of 250th Street from Pennsylvania Ave. to Eshelman Ave. Construction commenced earlier this month. The project includes the replacement of the 90 year old 6″ cast iron water main […]
In early June, the City received final approval of the Amendment to the City’s Domestic Water Supply Permit from the State Water Resources Control Board Division of Drinking Water. The finalized Permit Amendment comes after extensive review by the Division of Drinking Water. The Permit formalizes the treatment operations at the Cypress Water Production Facility […]