View the full list of SARBS Board members!

ADVERTISEMENT

SARBS ON FACEBOOK

This message is only visible to admins.
Problem displaying Facebook posts. Backup cache in use.
Click to show error
Error: Error validating access token: Session has expired on Friday, 28-Jul-23 20:18:14 PDT. The current time is Tuesday, 05-Mar-24 03:17:17 PST. Type: OAuthException

7 months ago

Congratulations to Shawn Spromberg of Cucamonga Valley Water District, an experienced industry leader with over 18 years of expertise in the water and wastewater sector and recent recipient of the PICK award. Throughout his career, he has excelled in various roles such as wastewater collections, water treatment, and water distribution. Not only has he made significant contributions to the industry, but Shawn has also dedicated himself to community engagement and the development of future industry leaders. He actively participates in local and state-level committees, including the TCP Committee, where he has been teaching and volunteering since 2017. Shawn has served as a Director-at-Large on the SARBS Board of Directors, where he continues to support the local section and CWEA's mission by creating educational content, teaching, and providing valuable support to members.The PICK award acknowledges volunteer efforts for the CWEA Collection Systems Committee with Professionalism, Ingenuity, Contribution, and Knowledge.#VolunteerAppreciation #membermonday ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook

7 months ago

Congratulations to Steve Cano, recipient of the Golden Manhole award. This award recognizes and honors individuals for their contributions which promote increased professionalism in the collection systems field. Steve began his career in 2002 while cross training with the Sewer Department at the City of Montclair. After obtaining his CWEA certifications in Collections and Environmental, pesticide license, and backflow license he was promoted to Environmental Control Specialist, lead man of the Sewer Department.In 2010, Steve furthered his career by accepting a lead position for Costa Mesa Sanitary District, eventually being promoted to Superintendent.Steve with SARBS and the CWEA Collections System Committee. Steve assists in setting up local seminars, family events, and helps out at the CWEA Annual Conferences as a moderator. Steve loves giving back to this industry by helping others getting involved.#MemberMonday ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook

7 months ago

We are thrilled to announce the state winner of the Stockholm Junior Water Prize, shared by the Water Environment Federation (WEF).Kyle Tianshi from The Cambridge School, clinched the first-place title in California with his project, "Rapid Detection of Microplastics in Liquid: A Novel Light Scattering Method Using Fluorescence Emissions."Kyle's passion for water-related challenges and innovative approach truly shone during the U.S. SJWP event held in Colorado in June, where he represented California. While he may not have secured the top spot, CWEA takes immense pride in consistently supporting and fostering talented students like Kyle.We also extend our heartfelt congratulations to the second and third-place winners for their outstanding contributions.Second Place:- Christopher Kwok and Nicholas Kwok: Eukaryotic Algicide: Environmental Remediation of Harmful Algal Blooms via Microencapsulation for Bioactivation of Programmed Cell DeathThird Place (two winners):- Anna Peti-Peterdi and Lena Peresztegi: The Development of the C2F Seawater to Freshwater Converting Bioplant- Kairui Sun and Cyrus Ghane: A Novel Utilization of Ocimum basilicum Mucilage to Reduce Nitrate Runoff in GroundwaterKudos to Kyle and all the remarkable participants for their dedication and commitment to making a positive impact on our water environment. Let's continue to encourage and empower the next generation of water champions!Thank you Harris & Associates for sponsoring the California Stockholm Junior Water Prize.See full story here: www.cwea.org/news/cwea-awards-kyle-tianshi-the-stockholm-junior-water-prize-for-california/#WaterEnvironment #STEM #Innovation #NextGenLeaders ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook

7 months ago

Join CWEA's LA Basin Section members Thursday, 7/27 for an exciting behind the scenes look at SoFi Stadium.The recently completed SoFi Stadium is a showcase facility for its feats as an entertainment venue and an advanced water resource management system utilizing the picturesque 5-acre lake just outside the stadium’s entrance.The lake functions as a flood attenuation and stormwater treatment system for much of the stadium and entertainment district. The lake also serves as an irrigation storage reservoir fed by site runoff and recycled water.The presentation and tour will feature the site design elements and advanced treatment process that made this multi-benefit system possible.Dinner is included immediately following the tour at the Casa Gamino from 5:45 pm to 8:00pm.Register soon, tickets likely to sell out quickly.bit.ly/3rtBYnpPhoto by Google Earth. ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook

LOCAL WATER JOBS

LEARN WHAT’S NEW, VISIT CWEA’S NEWS PAGE

 

NEWS.CWEA.ORG