West Basin Municipal Water District Presents Free Lunch & Learn Classes

Customers living within the footprint of the West Basin Municipal Water District (WBMWD) have a unique opportunity from February through September to participate in the district’s free Lunch & Learn classes. Classes will be held the second Friday of each month at the district’s headquarters in Carson. The classes will provide information about local water issues during a lunch hosted by the district.

“West Basin is pleased to kick off another season of its Lunch & Learn programming this year,” said WBMWD Board President Scott Houston. “These free classes are designed to inform our residents about our region’s water supply, and West Basin’s leadership in the areas of recycled water, conservation and the study of ocean water desalination. The Lunch & Learn series of classes further emphasize our District’s commitment to education and community engagement as we work to provide safe, reliable water to the communities we serve.”

The classes will feature presentations on one of four topics — imported water, water recycling, water use efficiency and water desalination. Presenters will share information on how WBMWD is securing quality water supplies for its future as well as the various other free resources that are available to the members of the district’s communities.

The upcoming March class will feature information on the recycled water process. All classes will be held from 12:30 to 2:00 p.m. in the district’s Donald L. Dear Building, Board Room, at 17140 S. Avalon Blvd. in Carson. Attendees must make reservations for the monthly classes at: http://www.westbasin.org/lunch-learn-classes? And are accepted on a first come, first served basis. Space is limited but free parking is available in front of the Donald L. Dear Building.

Upon arrival at the Dear Building Dear Building you will enter the lobby, sign-in and the security guard will provide directions to the Board Room.  For the full list of dates and topic details to the online address above. For questions or requests for additional information, email: [email protected]. The district offices can be reached at: 310-217-2411.

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