When it rains, Los Angeles sends billions of gallons of 'free liquid gold' down the drain

Wednesday, March 8, 2017 - 06:31 in Earth & Climate

During one of this winter’s frequent storms, sheets of rainwater spilled from roofs, washed across sidewalks and down gutters into a sprawling network of underground storm drains that empty into the Los Angeles River channel. Normally a thin flow of treated sewage, the river swelled with mocha-colored...

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