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LA aims to ‘capture’ 5 billion gallons of water each year with new project at the Tujunga Spreading Grounds
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August 23, 2016

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The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power has embarked on a $29-million project which will double the amount of stormwater that can be captured at the facility, to about 5 billion gallons per year. The project is expected to be completed in 2018 and will double the current capture and storage ability of 2.5 billion gallons.

Construction began Monday on a project at the Tujunga Spreading Grounds that is expected to double the amount of stormwater that can be captured at the facility to about 5 billion gallons per year.

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