2007

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Long Beach Water Department’s Perspective on Seawater Desalination

AWWA Membrane Technology Conference - March 12, 2007

Robert C. Cheng, Kevin L. Wattier
Long Beach Water Department

 

WQ Monitoring During Full- Scale Seawater Desalination Operations

American Water Works Association 2007 WQTC - November 6, 2007

Tai J. Tseng, Robert C. Cheng, and Kevin L. Wattier
Long Beach Water Department

Comparison of SWRO to Dual-Pass Nanofiltration for Seawater Desalination

American Water Works Association 2007 Membrane Technology Conference - March 19, 2007

Tai J. Tseng, Robert C. Cheng, and Kevin L. Wattier
Long Beach Water Department

Landscape Class: Design Ideas & California-Friendly Plants Part II

A presentation to participants in free landscape classes
By: Matthew Lyons, Director of Planning & Conservation

Landscape Class: Design Ideas & California-Friendly Plants Part I

A presentation to participants in free landscape classes
By: Matthew Lyons, Director of Planning & Conservation

2007 Headwaters to Oceans (H2O) Conference

A presentation to conference participants
By: Matthew Lyons, Director of Planning & Conservation

Distribution of Desalinated Seawaters: Are Corrosion Indicators Sufficient?

A presentation to conference participants
By: Robert C. Cheng, Cynthia Andrews-Tate, Tai J. Tseng, and Kevin L. Wattier

Long Beach Water Executive Appointed to Senior Body of National Drinking Water Technical Advisers

LONG BEACH- Dr. Robert Cheng, Deputy General Manager and Director of Operations of Long Beach Water, has been appointed to the Awwa Research Foundation’s (AwwaRF), Research Advisory Council (RAC). AwwaRF’s research program is highly respected as being one of the most scientifically credible and best-coordinated in the world.

UCLA to Assist National Seawater Desalination Research Effort

LONG BEACH, CA – Today, the Long Beach Board of Water Commissioners approved an agreement with the Regents of the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), for technical work associated with the Long Beach Seawater Desalination Research and Development Facility. The Long Beach Desalination Project, funded in part by the United States Department of Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, is the largest seawater desalination research and development effort in the country.