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ECA, since 1976 has served underground and heavy construction professionals in Southern California providing leadership and education on issues important to our members’ success. Working to enhance continued development, ECA promotes a healthy construction environment through effective education of regulatory bodies from the contractor’s perspective and, informing the industry about ongoing regulatory and economic developments.

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ECA is pleased to announce it is now accepting applications for its annual ECA/Les Weed Memorial College Scholarship.

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From the Blog

OC San Hires Team For Next Gen Wastewater Facility

November 25th, 2020|0 Comments

The Orange County Sanitation District (OCSD) has selected its professional design team for a new $300 million temperature-phased anaerobic digestion (TPAD) facility in Southern California, securing reliable biosolids management for the next 50 years.  With [...]

California Mandates COVID-19 Exposure Notification

November 18th, 2020|0 Comments

On September 17, 2020, Governor Newsom signed Assembly Bill 685 (“AB 685”). This bill imposes new COVID-19 reporting requirements on public entity employers, including cities, counties, school districts, county offices of education, community college districts, [...]

Filling the Gap in Infrastructure Investment

November 12th, 2020|0 Comments

While ECA's focus is on local government and agencies, we do have opportunities to participate on the national level through our membership in the Clean Water Construction Coalition.  One of those opportunities surfaced when we [...]

ECA Magazine Feature Article

New Food Solids Use For Wastewater Plants Proposed

A new report issued by the California Environmental Protection Agency (CalEPA) shows that at least half of California’s landfillbound food waste could be processed at the state’s wastewater treatment plants and serve as an innovative power source while reducing greenhouse gases.

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