The Edward C. Little Water Recycling Facility (ECLWRF) is the largest
water recycling facility of its kind in the United States. It is
the only treatment facility in the country that produces five different
qualities of "designer" or custom-made recycled water
that meet the unique needs of West Basin's municipal, commercial
and industrial customers. The facility produces 40 million gallons
of water every day, conserving enough drinking water to meet the
needs of 80,000 households for a year. West Basin's Water Recycling
Facility also houses a 60,000 square foot solar power generating
system that has reduced emissions of carbon dioxide by over 356
tons in one year's time.
The bus will depart from the LAX Hilton Hotel at 1:30 and return
What to Wear: All participants must wear closed toe shoes and pants
and be able to walk without assistance and climb stairs. Anyone
in shorts, dresses, or high heels will not be allowed to tour.