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Local News in Brief : Sewage Treatment Plan

December 19, 1987

New large buildings in Los Angeles and in more than 20 other cities that use the Los Angeles sewer system should provide their own sewage treatment, City Councilman Zev Yaroslavsky said Friday.

He introduced a motion requiring that new buildings of more than 80,000 square feet be equipped with facilities to treat the waste before it enters sewers. This would help reduce the load on the trouble-prone Los Angeles sewer system, Yaroslavsky said.

The motion will be considered early next year.

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