The proposed Eastside Recycled Water Project would deliver high-quality recycled water to a variety of customers on the east side of San Francisco through a system of treatment, storage, pumping, and pipeline facilities. The goal of the Eastside Recycled Water Project is to save about 2 million gallons per day of drinking water that would otherwise be used for non-drinking purposes such as irrigation and toilet flushing. The development of recycled water allows the City to sustainably manage its water resources, and ensure a reliable water supply into the future.
Future recycled water workshops: January - July 2012
Jan 19, 2012: Workshop #1, 1155 Market St., 6PM - Learn about the possibilities for recycled water on the East Side
Mar 2012: Workshop #2 - Participate in an interactive roundtable to identify potential facility sites
May 2012: Workshop #3 - Review and Discuss feedback report on short list of potential facility sites
July 2012: Workshop #4 - round table includes the identification of preferred projects