Fran Diamond

Chairperson, Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board

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Fran Diamond on KCRW

In the past eight years,  millions of gallons  of toxic sewage and industrial waste have been dumped into lakes, rivers and the ocean in the Los Angeles region.

Toxic Conditions in Southern California Wastewater

In the past eight years, millions of gallons of toxic sewage and industrial waste have been dumped into lakes, rivers and the ocean in the Los Angeles region.

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