Monday, July 2, 2012

San Francisco's Sewer System Improvement Program

BOMA San Francisco Members:

Representatives from the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission  presented an overview of the Sewer System Improvement Program (SSIP) to BOMA San Francisco's Codes and Regulations Committee members.

Please click on the weblinks, below, to review the SSIP program:
About the Sewer System Improvement Program 

The Sewer System Improvement Program (SSIP) is a collection of capital improvements that will help us meet the endorsed levels of service goals for regulatory permit compliance, system reliability and functionality, and sustainable operations of the City’s sewer system. The SSIP is the culmination of seven years of Sewer System Master Plan (SSMP) planning efforts and SSIP Commission workshops to develop system improvements that address the following system-wide challenges:
  • aging infrastructure and poor condition of existing facilities;
  • seismic deficiencies and lack of structural integrity;
  • limited operating flexibility and lack of redundancy; and
  • an ongoing need to protect the environment and public health, meet regulatory challenges, and conserve resources

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