Monday, July 23, 2012

UPDATE - San Francisco Eastside Recycled Water Project

BOMA San Francisco Members:

Recently, the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) staff have been reaching out to specific neighborhoods in areas of San Francisco where possible facility sites may be evaluated and considered for the recycled water project.

The SFPUC has had representatives in these areas asking for input and providing Eastside Recycled Water Project information. The comments provided will help the Department to determine a suitable location for new facilities and inform them as to important principles and priorities expressed by neighborhood residents and members of the community regarding this project.

Now, the SFPUC wants YOUR input on the Eastside Recycled Water Project!  They have posted a survey and here.  Please take part in the survey as your responses and comments will help inform the Department as they continue the planning process. 

Please contact me at if you have any questions or would like more information about the Proposed Eastside Recycled Water Project.

Original Post - November 16, 2011

Please join the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) for an open house session to learn about the benefits of recycled water.

Thursday, Nov. 17, 2011
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Mission Bay Visitor Center
255 Channel, San Francisco

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SFPUC staff will be on hand to answer all questions regarding the Recycled Water Ordinance and how it can impact any new buildings built on the East side of San Francisco (South of Market/ AT&T Park Area/ the beginning and end of Third Street.)   

Staff will also discuss the possibilities and potential for using clean, highly treated recycled water instead of drinking water for non-drinking purposes, e.g., irrigation and toilet flushing in new buildings built with dual systems. 

The open house will give BOMA members a chance to ask questions about recycled water dual systems, talk one-on-one with SFPUC staff engineers and project managers, and how to get involved in the planning if one of their buildings may be impacted.   

Please feel free to contact Ken Cleaveland at and John Bozeman at with any questions you may have.  The SFPUC contact for the open house is Suzanne Gautier, or (415) 554-3204.

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