The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power is buying 80 million 4-inch black polyethylene balls to cover the surfaces of three Los Angeles reservoirs that serve 4 million residents. At a cost of 33 cents each, the hollow spheres are designed to block sunlight from turning bromide and chlorine in the water into bromate, a suspected carcinogen.
Photos of the ball manufacturing equipment at XavierC in Glendora, California.
I am a huge fan of using this brush to spread Otter wax all over my favorite raincoats. As temperatures drop its time to get ready for the wet. It has certainly already arrived elsewhere. One of my two waxed-cotton coats was leaking last winter. The sleeve started to absorb water instead of beading. Heating […]
My cat came inside soaking wet, so I did some investigating and found this. pic.twitter.com/s1ygmFQArp — Laura Lee (@Laura88Lee) October 3, 2019 You have been warned. Cats do take revenge. We did a further investigation, it was plotted revenge. pic.twitter.com/9lduGij4NI — Laura Lee (@Laura88Lee) October 3, 2019
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