Western Placer Waste Management Authority (WPWMA) has been creating solutions and transforming waste into a resource since 1978.
“When you talk about business, ours has allowed us to bring our culture back,” Tayaba notes. “Building our dance arbor, having our ceremonies — obtaining eagle feathers, abalone, clam shells, pine nuts, items that aren’t easily foraged today — it all costs money. Now we hold workshops, classes, dance practices. We’re trying to rebirth weavers, because our grandmothers were weavers.”
CalMatters: Hundreds of scientists working for the state of California to protect water supplies, respond to oil spills, study wildlife and track foodborne outbreaks marched in Sacramento Nov. 15 in what’s being called the first-ever strike by state civil servants.
Since 1983, Morrow Surveying, Inc. has been family-owned and operated, providing high-quality land surveying and mapping services for engineers, architects and building professionals throughout California and western Nevada.
CalMatters: With the Bay-Delta watershed in the throes of an ecological crisis, California’s water regulators Thursday unveiled several controversial options for managing the heart of the state’s water supply.
While the leaders of the Lake Tahoe region deal with the impact of millions of visitors each year and the trash they leave behind, the lake itself is currently the clearest it has been since the 1980s.
Some of the 15 million tourists that visit Lake Tahoe each year are threatening its natural beauty, along with some unruly residents. Now, a new plan is being launched to protect this gem.
The Sacramento County Department of Airports is an essential resource to connect our region to the world. With a planned expansion of SMF infrastructure and amenities, they’ll have travelers excited about more than just their destination.
The Western Placer Waste Management Authority (WPWMA) has been revolutionizing waste disposal and diversion methods since the 1970s and has plans to implement advanced technology to combat greenhouse gas emissions and improve recycling capabilities.
For Lacy Carothers and her team at California American Water (CalAm), the responsibility of providing safe, affordable water and wastewater services drives both innovation and compassion.