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The Water Replenishment District Tapped Tripepi Smith for Photos of the Albert Robles Center

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Tripepi Smith delivered new architectural imagery for the Water Replenishment District’s (WRD) newly built Albert Robles Center (ARC). The water treatment facility both purifies 14 million gallons per day of recycled water through advanced water treatment processes and offers learning opportunities with over 40 water exhibits that address various water education topics.

“The Water Replenishment District is making critical investments in the water supply of our service area and in the communities we serve. The new ARC provides clean water for groundwater replenishment and excellent educational opportunities for people of all ages,” said WRD Senior Public Affairs Representative, Monica Sijder. “Tripepi Smith has consistently delivered high quality imagery of our events over the years. It is always so easy to work with their team on projects like this.”

WRD will use the collection of stock images to update their educational materials with timely information about the facility and for their tours. WRD also uses the images on social media to educate and raise awareness of the 5.2 acre facility in the City of Pico Rivera.

“Visual imagery – photos especially – are a critical point of education and engagement for local government. Agencies need strong imagery to catch the attention of their communities and to quickly remind the public of the services they are providing,” said President Ryder Todd Smith. “Tripepi Smith has a great team of phenomenal photographers who can deliver creative ideas and shoot photographs that enhance our client’s outreach efforts. WRD has built an amazing new facility in Pico Rivera that will serve surrounding communities for decades. Tripepi Smith is excited to be a part of the team sharing that story.”

“It’s always exciting to work with WRD. They make learning about water conservation a fun and engaging experience for people of all ages and this new facility was especially exciting to see come to fruition,” said Senior Graphic Artist Kjerstin Wingert. “While touring the grounds, it is easy to see the level of care that went into every detail. The Albert Robles Center is eco-friendly, sustainable, educational, and dare I say fun!”

The Center also boasts bioswells, permeable concrete, a rooftop garden and an impressive water tasting room. WRD offers free virtual education programming including tours of ARC for schools, youth groups and scout troops. For more information about the state of the art facility, please visit WRD.org.

About WRD

The Water Replenishment District of Southern California (WRD) is the largest groundwater agency in the State of California, managing and protecting local groundwater resources for over four million residents. WRD’s service area covers a 420-square-mile region of southern Los Angeles County. WRD ensures that a reliable supply of high quality groundwater is available through the use of recycled water and stormwater capture. WRD is responsible for monitoring and testing groundwater throughout the region using effective management principles.

About Tripepi Smith

Tripepi Smith is a California-based marketing, technology and public affairs firm that serves for-profit, nonprofit and public agencies. Its unique mix of marketing and technology prowess provides a competitive advantage to agencies seeking to leverage the internet to achieve their communication goals. The firm provides full content creation services, including: ghost writing, collateral development, photography, video production, search engine marketing, search engine optimization, email marketing campaigns and website design and execution. Tripepi Smith clients include: City of American Canyon, City of Culver City, City of Cupertino, City of Daly City, City of Duarte, City of Grover Beach, City of Santa Paula, City of Indian Wells, City of La Cañada Flintridge, City of Lake Forest, City of Livermore, City of Napa, City of Paramount, City of Martinez, City of Tracy, City of Vallejo, CalChoice Energy Authority, California Joint Powers Insurance Authority, Santa Clarita Valley Water Agency, Santa Clara County Fire Department, Costa Mesa Sanitary District, Rowland Water District, California Contract Cities Association, California City Management FoundationRenne Public Law Group, Bob Hall & Associates and Climatec Energy Services.