Check out this article featuring the president of the Hueneme Foundation, Robert Bromber!
Thanks to the City of Port Hueneme for hosting, funding, and installing our latest sensor array. See the red location pin on the map for the array location.
Thank you to the Oxnard Advanced Water Purification Facility for providing the space for the sensors!
Robert Bromber, founder Hueneme Foundation, discusses sensors that he put in place to monitor air at Oxnard Wastewater Plant and New Indy Plant on Perkins Rd. He also discusses his trip to Washington, DC to seek funding at the EPA and Dept of Defense - Pentagon for a new wastewater plant to be built replacing the current plant.
This is all within a five mile radius of our project (note) it is not even mentioned and it is the most crucial environmental disaster waiting to happen: http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-oxnard-coast-20170605-story.html
Unfortunately, this type of event is going to become more common, action needs to be taken immediately. Will reach out to other governmental organizations to see if there is some chance of equipment loan or emergency funds to fix the generators (a supposed redundant system).