Responsible for watershed protection, wastewater treatment and solid resources management, LA Sanitation and Environment (LASAN) had to make some pretty dramatic changes when th
When health authorities here in LA ordered residents to stay home to slow the spread of the coronavirus, the result was –garbage – A lot of it. Recyclables piled up, too.
TPR interviews StreetsLA General Manager, Adel Hagekhalil, on how the LA City’s Bureau of Street Services (St
On June 11th, the City's first Accessing LA webinar, which are temporarily replacing in-person Accessing LA events, was conducted, with an at-capacity participation of over 1,00
On Friday May 22nd, LA's City Forest Officer, Rachel Malarich, staff from the Department of Public Works, Streets LA and tree experts met online to envision a sustainable future