Tag: water

Calls To Suspend Outdoor Watering To Fix Waterline Pipe

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WEST HOLLYWOOD/BEVERLY HILLS—The city is spreading the word that the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California (MWD) is calling on more than 4 million...

3 Dangerous Chemicals That Contaminate Water Supplies (And How To Stay...

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UNITED STATES—Safe drinking water is one of the essential things humans need to survive. But according to Consumer Reports, more than 25 million Americans...

Mulch Retains Moisture And Insulates

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UNITED STATES—Nature is smart. It should be. It has been operating efficiently since the beginning of time. That is certainly longer than anyone has...

Residents Asked To Reduce Water Consumption

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WEST HOLLYWOOD—Southern California is experiencing severe drought conditions, where the scientists have found the extreme dryness since 2000 has become the driest 22-year period...

Aquatic Plants Are All Wet

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UNITED STATES—Home gardens and landscapes should be compatible with their respective climates. For local chaparral climates, plants that do not need much watering through...

Water, Water, Water People

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UNITED STATES—Look I will just admit it: I don’t like water. The notion of drinking a glass of water or a bottle of water...

Mandatory Water Conservation Measures Now In Effect

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MALIBU—As drought conditions continue to worsen in California, the Los Angeles County Waterworks Districts (LACWD) issued mandatory water use restrictions for communities including the...

Beverly Hills Implements New Drought Regulations

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BEVERLY HILLS—The Beverly Hills City Council indicated in a press release that to assist with the State Drought Emergency they adopted additional water conservation...

Residents Can Get Free Smart Sprinklers

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MALIBU—Residents can sign up now to receive a free smart sprinkler through the Malibu Smart water conservation program, which offers homeowners resources to save...

Polar Bear Swim Kicks Off New Year

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SANTA MONICA—The Polar Bear Swim is returning after a one-year hiatus as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic. The annual Polar Bear Swim is...

Salt-Free Vs. Salt-Based Water Softener: What Is Best?

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UNITED STATES—If you reside in a locality where you get hard water for daily needs, you undoubtedly need a good water softener. Hard water...

Community Asked To Reduce Water Usage

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WEST HOLLYWOOD—The city of West Hollywood is asking residents and businesses to voluntarily decrease water use to help preserve the area’s water storage reserves...

Water Main Break In Woodland Hills

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WOODLAND HILLS—On Tuesday, August 10, at approximately 3:30 p.m., firefighters with the Los Angeles County Fire Department responded to the area of Oxnard Street...

Vehicle Crashes Into Fire Hydrant

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SHERMAN OAKS—On Sunday, August 1, at approximately 12:34 p.m., a vehicle crashed into a fire hydrant causing residents to lose power. Emergency crews responded to...

BH Participates In Wyland Water Conservation Challenge

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BEVERLY HILLS—Beverly Hills Mayor Bob Wunderlich joined Mayors across the country in asking everyone to make a long-term commitment to manage water resources more...

Sheared Hydrant In Malibu Bursts

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MALIBU—On Sunday, November 29, at around 2 a.m., a vehicle slammed into a fire hydrant along Pacific Coast Highway, causing the sheared hydrant to...

New Water And Wastewater Capital Facility Fees

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SANTA MONICA —On November 24, Santa Monica city council held a meeting that gave updates on Santa Monica’s water and wastewater capital facility fees...

Mentally Stronger Than You Know

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UNITED STATES─Sometimes you never know how strong of a person you are mentally until you place yourself in a predicament to prove your willpower....

Irrigation Team Installs Improved Sensors Throughout Santa Monica 

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SANTA MONICA—Santa Monica Park Maintenance technicians installed program limits on flow sensors on the 2900 block of Ocean Park Blvd. on Thursday, February 20. The...

City Council Approves New Water, Wastewater Rates

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SANTA MONICA–Santa Monica City Council held two public hearings and approved new rates for water and wastewater in Santa Monica on Tuesday, January 28....
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