Lee Peterson

Environmental and Health Reporter for the Daily Breeze

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It takes 38 trucks to move 750 tons of treated solid waste every day from the  Terminal Island Water Reclamation Plant  up the road to a city-owned farm in Kern County.  A  new project…

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It takes 38 trucks to move 750 tons of treated solid waste every day from the Terminal Island Water Reclamation Plant up the road to a city-owned farm in Kern County.  A new project…

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