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Special Projects

LA Sanitation (LASAN) stands at the forefront of innovation and technology, continually developing new and cutting-edge special projects to protect the public health and environment in the City of Los Angeles.

 

From adopting state-of-the-art renewable energy projects at LASAN water reclamation plants to using smart technology to ensure all Los Angeles streets are Clean Streets, LASAN is committed to identifying, developing and using new and emerging technologies in order to make Los Angeles a more sustainable and livable City.

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The TIWRP AWPF is located in San Pedro and produces six million gallons per day (mgd) of disinfected tertiary recycled water using microfiltration, reverse osmosis, and chloramination (disinfection).

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Clean Streets LA, a clean-up campaign tackling abandoned waste, is designed to provide resources to areas in most need. Over 3,200 tons of waste have been removed from City neighborhoods to date.

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The DGUP at Hyperion Water Reclamation Plant is a combined cycle cogeneration facility, also known as a renewable energy facility. Two Solar Mars 100 Combustion Turbine and Generation Packages will be installed, fulfilling the energy needs of the plant.

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The LAWINS control room centralizes system monitoring which increases safety, reliability efficiency, and sustainability of all the City’s wastewater and water reclamation operations.

More about LOS ANGELES WASTEWATER INTEGRATED NETWORK SYSTEMS (LAWINS)
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The primary goal of the project is to improve the water quality in Machado Lake, while enhancing the surrounding natural habitat and the recreational features of the park.More about MACHADO ECOSYSTEM LAKE REHABILITATION PROJECT
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The Terminal Island Renewable Energy Project (TIRE) places biosolids in depleted deep subsurface oil and gas formations to generate methane gas that can ultimately be used to produce an environmentally safe renewable energy.

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The new force main will operate as a parallel system in conjunction with the existing 48-inch force main to meet the peak wet weather flow demands experienced at the Venice Pumping Plant and to add operational flexibility and reliability.

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