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A recent LA Times article discusses an upcoming ballot measure that will provide LA County voters with a chance to decide their own fate when it comes to water independence. As the next step after Assembly Bill (AB) 1180, which was approved by Governor Brown on October 9, 2017, this November 2018 ballot measure will […]

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A common misconception about water storage projects in California is that there haven’t been any major installations since the 1970s. A large part of that misconception is that large dams, and other massive installs, are the first thing that come to mind when someone says, “water storage”. An article written by Barry Nelson, and independent […]

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Almost a year after publishing our digital case study about the development known as “USC Village” we see the intricate stormwater capture system hard at work after the first rainfall since its opening in August. An article written by Ron Mackovich and published on the USC News website offers understanding of how the many BMPs, […]

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This is a special preview to our next digital case study that will be live next Wednesday, August 31. Torrent has been involved in multiple Green Alley projects in Los Angeles that help transform the city’s paved alleyways into spaces that can collect stormwater. Similar designs have been popping up in Seattle and Chicago where […]

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