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Jean-Pierre Bardet

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Director of the Urban Water Institute at the University of Texas, Arlington; former professor and Chair of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Southern California and head of the panel, appointed by Mayor Villaraigosa, that found pipe failures were caused in part by DWP’s policies on water usage

Jean-Pierre Bardet on KCRW

It still feels like Florida outside. This weekend, Los Angeles saw record rainfall for July.

Preparing for El Niño

It still feels like Florida outside. This weekend, Los Angeles saw record rainfall for July.

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Four people were killed and 37 homes were destroyed when a natural-gas pipeline blew up with so much force that a 28-foot section landed 100 feet away from the crater left by the…

The San Bruno Explosion: Could It Happen Here?

Four people were killed and 37 homes were destroyed when a natural-gas pipeline blew up with so much force that a 28-foot section landed 100 feet away from the crater left by the…

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The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power said today that February saw the  lowest use of water  in 31 years.

DWP's Water Conservation Plan Causes Pipes to Burst

The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power said today that February saw the lowest use of water in 31 years.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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