On one of the more popular local TV shows, “Top of the Lake,” we were shown a video of a giant waste dump built on a lake in California.
The dump is in the Santa Clara Valley, which is part of the Santa Barbara County watershed.
The video shows what is probably the biggest waste dump in the country, built out of huge piles of cement.
In the video, the dump is labeled as a “Toxic Waste Project,” but the exact contents are unknown.
One of the main reasons for the project is to collect waste from the local water system.
In fact, the city of Santa Barbara and the city’s wastewater treatment plant, Santa Barbara Water, are currently working on an agreement that would allow the dump to be used to store water for the Santa Cruz Water District.
In order to meet the needs of both the city and the water district, the project would require the demolition of several buildings.
The demolition of the dump could begin as early as this summer.
There are currently about 30 people living in a two-bedroom house on the site of the toxic waste site.
The dump is being built at a time when the Santa Rosa Valley is experiencing a severe drought.
This dump is already known for its toxic waste, but a lot more has to be done.
This dump could potentially contain some of the biggest hazardous waste dumps in the nation.
More stories from the Bay Area:California city says it will close wastewater treatment facility for six months in response to ‘severe’ droughtIn response to the dump, the San Jose Mercury News said, “The city of San Jose is planning to close a wastewater treatment site for six weeks beginning this weekend and to shut down the water treatment plant in a matter of weeks after that.”
The Santa Clara County Department of Water Resources says that the dump has already been assessed for toxins, including heavy metals.
As more of the county’s wastewater is used for local and long-term use, the landfill could become a massive toxic dump.
The city of Palo Alto, for example, currently has about 50 tons of toxic waste in storage.