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Locals Want To Have Role In Lithium Industry In Imperial Valley

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A man puts his hands around pumps surrounded by people/
Rafael Serrano works with students to calibrate a model pump on Oct. 5, 2023. Students learn the math and how to apply it to real world situations. (Philip Salata/inewsource)

College Program Hopes To Bring Jobs In Lithium Industry 

Imperial Valley residents are hoping to get their cut of the profit from the future lithium industry. For them that means well paid and sustainable jobs.
Reporter: Philip Salata, inewsource


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