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Southeast Open House Welcomes Community ParticipationMore than 60 residents joined San Francisco Public Utilities Commission project managers and designers on Saturday, January 24 to discuss the upcoming Sewer System Improvement Program (SSIP) projects taking place in the Southeast. Attendees perused seven project stations, shared feedback and won prizes at the Southeast Community Facility.Did you miss the event? Continue the conversation and stay abreast of project updates on our website or send us an email at ssip@sfwater.org.
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Project members explain plans for the new Headworks Facility at the Southeast Treatment Plant.
ALERT: RAINSTORM FORECASTED
City crews prepare for coming storms by clearing catch basins and delivering sandbags to low-lying flood-prone areas. Help out your local sewer by clearing catch basins on your street. Report issues to the City’s 311 Costumer Service Center.
New Biosolids Digester Facilities: Proposed Siting AnnouncedAfter an alternative analysis review, the project team is proposing to rebuild the digesters on the north side of the Southeast Treatment Plant, away from homes and along the Caltrain tracks. This extensive review effort incorporated multiple social, environmental, technical and logistical criteria.
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Proposed new location for biosolids digesters.
The project will now undergo an extensive CEQA (California Environmental Quality Act) evaluation. This process will be open to your comment this summer. Project manager Carolyn Chiu and architect Michael Willis presented plans, answered questions and accepted feedback at the January 24th Southeast Open House. Stay involved in the conversation at our website.
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Project manager Carolyn Chiu answers questions at Southeast Open House.
Project Pull Applications Due February 27Project Pull is a paid summer internship program for high school juniors, seniors and incoming college freshman sponsored by the City and County of San Francisco. Students participate in an interdisciplinary internship program that provides a mix of educational and practical experience with challenging and fun opportunities both inside and outside the workplace. Paired with City employees serving as mentors, interns have an opportunity to gain insight on careers in the public sector as they work alongside city staff in a professional work environment.Interested in applying? Know someone who might be? Find the application here.Questions? Email sfprojectpull1996@gmail.com.
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