Los Angeles County will pay for projects to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

South L.A. among communities awarded state grants for climate projects With $1.6 million in grants, Los Angeles County will provide money for up to two projects aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions. The projects…

Los Angeles County will pay for projects to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

South L.A. among communities awarded state grants for climate projects

With $1.6 million in grants, Los Angeles County will provide money for up to two projects aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

The projects will focus on improving energy efficiency, protecting forests and protecting urban areas from flooding.

A map provided by the projects’ leaders on Tuesday showed that the grants ranged widely in scope and importance.

Funds were awarded for projects that seek to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the region’s transportation sector and the region’s businesses and homes.

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Works will receive $1,000,000 for an Energy Efficiency Program on the South L.A. Freeway. The program will focus on improving energy efficiency on the freeway’s shoulders and ramps to cut down energy use by 30 percent over five years.

That would mean a savings of more than 200,000 gallons of gasoline and tens of thousands of dollars in electricity costs in the first year alone.

The grants money will pay for work by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority on the new Purple Line and new L.A. River Walk. It will also help with upgrades to bus stations along the corridor, including a new one in South L.A.

The county will pay for work by the Los Angeles Department of Water & Power on its South L.A. facility to capture more carbon for use in creating more reliable and cleaner water.

The money will also be used to help the county develop a new water treatment process that can handle water contaminated by human excrement that is currently routed through a toxic treatment process.

“It will create a cleaner drinking water supply and provide a more reliable source of water for people,” said John Goodwin, district manager for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s San Pedro branch.

The county will receive a $500,000 grant for its Green Business Program, which will focus on energy-savings technology and products that will be offered at the county’s Green Business Expo.

It will help local businesses with energy-efficiency upgrades such as installing new appliances that use more energy but save money on operating expenses, or installing appliances that use less energy but are more efficient, but require larger, more expensive upgrades.

The Green Business Program will also help businesses by identifying green products and services they could turn to to save on heating and cooling bills.

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