Los Angeles takes action to contain wind-blown pollution from lakebed

04/23/2007 | Engineering News-Record

In an effort to control wind-blown pollution in the area, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power has launched a $125 million project to contain particles from Owens Valley Lake. The site is considered the nation's most polluted dry lakebed, and the project, led with consultant CDM Inc., of Cambridge, Mass., will mitigate 127 miles of lakebed.

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