San Francisco remains supportive of the additional measures requiring greater conservation and pleased to see that the mandatory reduction targets
We want more youth to be engaged with our program to upgrade our aging sewer system and become better environmental stewards.
When it comes to the mellow mantra “reduce, reuse, recycle,” the laid-back West Coast is hard core.
The issue is the safe disposal of drugs, which often are flushed down the toilet or tossed in the garbage, contaminating the environment.
The 3.5-mile-long Irvington Tunnel has carried most of the system's water from Sunol Valley to Fremont since 1932, staying in service without a single break since 1966.
In serene Sunol Valley, a monumental feat of engineering is just wrapping up.
Construction teams working on the Water System Improvement Program have performed a total of more than seven million safe working hours without a major injury or lost time incident since April 2009.