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Carson El Segundo Gardena Hawthorne Hermosa Beach Inglewood Lawndale Lomita Manhattan Beach Palos Verdes Estates Rancho Palos Verdes Redondo Beach Rolling Hills Rolling Hills Estates Torrance Los Angeles County South Bay Environmental Services Center FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 15901 Hawthorne Boulevard, Suite 400 January 24, 2011 Lawndale, CA 90260 Contact: Marilyn Lyon, Program Manager office (310) 371-7222 mobile (310) 850-3912 firstname.lastname@example.org “Ca$h for Kitchens” Program Continues in 2011 Restaurants and commercial kitchens continue to save SOUTH BAY – The SBESC has been working with West Basin Municipal Water District to offer CA$H FOR KITCHENS, a program for businesses and public agencies with kitchens in the South Bay. When a business signs up for this program, they receive a FREE water-use assessment of their kitchen and free training materials to help kitchen employees maintain water efficient practices. Sites may also qualify for free water saving devices such as pre-rinse kitchen sprayers, faucet aerators, flow restrictors and waterbrooms. The SBESC is scheduling appointments now. If you, or anyone you know, has a commercial kitchen or restaurant environment please have them contact Martha Segovia for scheduling and to find out about additional rebates. Martha can be reached at 310.371.7222 x209, or email@example.com. For more information about local events, programs and workshops please go to: www.sbesc.com. ### SBESC – Save Water, Energy, Money and the Environment The SBESC is the South Bay's local clearinghouse for energy and water efficiency training, materials and other environmental information. SBESC works closely with the sixteen South Bay cities and County Unincorporated Areas of the South Bay on the implementation of energy and water saving projects that reduce greenhouse gases as well as costs. SBESC provides resources and tools to assist residents, businesses, and public agencies in better understanding the potential for energy and water efficiency within their homes and businesses. The Center hosts a wide variety of seminars, training sessions, and participates in many community events to assist consumers in making the best decision regarding energy and water use. The SBESC is operated by the South Bay Cities Council of Governments (SBCCOG) which partners with The Gas CompanySM, Southern California Edison, West Basin Municipal Water District, City of Torrance Water Department, Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County, Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, and County of Los Angeles for Energy Upgrade California™. Visit http://www.sbesc.com for the latest activities, schedules and opportunities to participate in a greener South Bay. SBESC and its program offerings are funded by California utility customers and administered by Southern California Edison and Southern California Gas under the auspices of the California Public Utilities Commission. Additional funding provided by WBMWD, LACSD, Metro and County of Los Angeles.
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