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An Ocean Friendly Makeover

Landscaping project in Huntington Beach was a community partnership The community project is a partnership that included SCE and Surfrider Foundation.
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Greg Goran grew up surfing the waters off Huntington Beach. Over the past 35 years, he has seen a noticeable change in the water — it’s much dirtier.

“Urban runoff is the No. 1 source of ocean pollution and a primary reason why the water is so much dirtier now,” he said.

Soft Serve Ice Cream and Energy Savings

SCE’s Foodservice Technology Center showcases the latest in energy-efficient appliances while educating the food industry.
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Clad in white lab coats and blue latex gloves, the three engineers and two assistants run the test with military precision. 

One engineer turns on the spigot, filling a clear glass cup with vanilla soft serve ice cream for exactly 40 seconds. He hands it to another engineer who weighs it, then a third engineer inserts a probe to ensure the temperature is 21 degrees or colder. Each measurement is duly recorded.

Southern California Edison Publishes 2014 Corporate Responsibility Report

Press Release

ROSEMEAD, Calif., Oct.19, 2015 /3BL Media/ — Southern California Edison (SCE) today published its annual corporate responsibility report, a wide-ranging recap of the utility’s activities and accomplishments supporting the societal and environmental well-being of the communities that it serves.  

Blackout at Preschool Turns Scary Moment Into Safety Lesson

An SCE employee uses the situation to spread the word on electrical safety.
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A routine day for Iris Hosea picking up her son at preschool turned out to be anything but when she found the facility plunged into darkness by a 

California's Drought Brings Renewed Focus on Water Conservation

Southern California Edison uses reclaimed water and other measures to aid in the efforts.
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Even before California Gov. Jerry Brown announced the first mandatory water restrictions in state history, Dan Arrighi, water resources manager at the San Gabriel Valley Water Company, was “searching every nook and cranny to find ways to save water.”

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