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Friday, March 16, 2012

Recycled Water Program and the Eastside and Westside Recycled Water Projects

The Eastside Project, currently in the initial planning process, would bring recycled water to customers in areas such as Mission Bay, Hunter's Point and McLaren Park to be used for non-drinking purposes such as irrigation and toilet flushing.

SFWater's next workshop for the Eastside Project will take place on Thursday, March 29.  It will be held at 1155 Market and will begin at 6:00pm.  Please join them as we look at potential sites for a treatment facility.

The Westside Project is a project to bring recycled water for irrigation and other non-drinking uses to customers including Golden Gate Park, Lincoln Park and the Presidio Golf Course. We have reached a tentative agreement to locate the treatment facility for the Westside Project on land at the Oceanside Water Pollution Control Plant and the California National Guard Armory. 

Please join them on Tuesday, April 17 for an update on this project, and learn what our next steps will be. This update will be held at the South Sunset Playground, 40th & Vicente, starting at 6:00pm.

These projects are part of SFWater's Local Water Supply Program, a program that includes the development of additional groundwater, water recycling, conservation, graywater and rainwater programs.

Please contact Suzanne Gautier for more information about our program, and visit them at www.sfwater.org

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