The Rancho compost facility, Las Virgenes Municipal Water District (LVMWD)’s proverbial white elephant, will likely need more money in 2002.
A consulting firm is expected to propose that the water district spend more than $13 million to rehabilitate and expand the Rancho compost facility.
This is over and above $1.1 million recently spent to rehabilitate and enlarge the biofilter, the device used to reduce odors emitted by the compost facility. An additional amount, yet not e...
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