Among the sites that still use chlorine gas are the Department of Water and Power's Los Angeles Aqueduct Filtration Plant in Sylmar and the Metropolitan Water District's Joseph Jensen Filtration Plant in Granada Hills.
What does JFP stand for?
JFP stands for Jensen Filtration Plant (California)
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- Joint Field Office Sections (NEPLO)
- Joint Family of Terminals
- Joint Flag Officer Warfighting Course
- Java Financial Object Xchange (trademark of Sun Microsystems)
- Jacketed Flat Point (bullet type)
- Jackson Free Press (Jackson, MS)
- Japan Fine Products
- Japan Fruit Processing Company Limited
- Japanese Feature Package
- Japanese Federation for Psychotherapy
- Joint Frequency Panel
- Joseph François Perrault (secondary school, Montreal, Canada)
- Journal of Family Practice
- Journal of Family Psychology
- Journal of Food Protection
- Justice and Freedom Party (Fiji political party)
- Juvenile Forensic Psychology
- Joint Force Projection & Sustainment
- Japan Family Planning Association (est. 1955)
- Japan Fluid Power Association (Tokyo, Japan)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The algal bloom is affecting water primarily in areas that receive MWD water from its Jensen Filtration Plant in Granada Hills.
The algae are affecting DWP customers in the Baldwin Hills, South Los Angeles, Crenshaw and Harbor areas who receive MWD water from the Jensen Filtration Plant in Granada Hills.
Let's also not forget that, located less than a mile from the dump, is the Metropolitan Water District's Jensen Filtration Plant - the primary source of drinking water for residents throughout the city of Los Angeles, unprotected from the waste stored uphill in this urban refuse heap.
Our winning entry was drawn at our Jensen Filtration Plant in Granada Hills, which receives water from Northern California through the State Water Project," said Jill Wicke, manager of Metropolitan's water system operations.
This scenic dump is conveniently located on an earthquake fault and sitting upstream from the Jensen filtration plant, the source of most of the water for Los Angeles County and upwind from nearby schools.
Today's action advances conversion of MWD's Joseph Jensen Filtration Plant in Granada Hills and Henry J.
He said the water used for the contest came from the Joseph Jensen Filtration Plant in Granada Hills, which gets water from the Sacramento-San Joaquin Bay Delta in Northern California and serves more than 1 million people in Los Angeles and Ventura counties.