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SF Water Power Sewer 7h
We are here at the annual Chinese New Year Festival and Parade to celebrate the . Stop by our booth for your chance to win prizes and learn more about the programs that we offer.
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SF Water Power Sewer 11h
We are using smart green infrastructure to help redirect excess stormwater that would end up overwhelming our combined sewer pipes. This technology brightens up our streets and will help capture 1 billion gallons of stormwater by 2050.
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SF Water Power Sewer 13h
You might qualify for a free water efficient toilet. Find out here:
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SF Water Power Sewer Feb 22
Just a quick reminder: Even after weeks of rain, it is still important for us to conserve water when we can. Here at the SFPUC, we are doing it every day. From our complementary water-wise evaluations to our non-potable water systems. How are you conserving water?
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SF Water Power Sewer Feb 22
Clean energy is now. Over the next few months more than 250K new homes and businesses in San Francisco will be powered by . 2019 is looking cleaner and greener for our City.
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SF Water Power Sewer Feb 21
This is exactly why you should only flush the 3P's down the toilet. Pee. Poo. Paper. Everything else, including "flushable" wipes, clog our sewer pipes.
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SF Water Power Sewer Feb 21
Our crews are addressing the incident on 7th & Bryant St.
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SF Water Power Sewer Feb 21
For our General Manager, Harlan Kelly, Jr., becoming a leader in the public utilities sector has strengthen his commitment to improving the communities that are impacted by the work we are doing as an agency.
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SF Water Power Sewer Feb 20
We're taking innovative measures to capture 1 billion gallons of stormwater by 2050. Our Green Infrastructure Grant Program will help fund green projects on private & public properties – getting us closer to our 2050 goal while improving our sewer system.
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SF Water Power Sewer Feb 20
As the Chief Stationary Engineer at our San Francisco headquarters, Darrell Andrews is making sure that everything from the Living Machine to the rain gauge on our rooftop are operating seamlessly.
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SF Water Power Sewer Feb 20
San Francisco tap water is one of the best in the Nation.
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SF Water Power Sewer Feb 19
We are making sure that residents looking to rent or purchase a home in flood prone neighborhoods in San Francisco stay informed and know about the assistance programs available to them, in case of a flooding event.
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SF Water Power Sewer Feb 19
Replying to @MySAWS @FWWater and 2 others
We are all about the delicious . 🚰
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SF Water Power Sewer Feb 19
Stop by 1800 Oakdale ave from 4-6 PM on 2/27 to meet and chat with our new Southeast Community Facility Ex. Dir. Emily Rogers-Pharr. This is a great opportunity to learn about the strategic vision she has for the new community center at 1550 Evans.
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SF Water Power Sewer Feb 18
Replying to @MattHaneySF @3en and 6 others
Crews returning power block by block now and thru the night
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SF Water Power Sewer Feb 18
Replying to @3en @pjkix and 6 others
Crews have been on site trying to find cause. No ETA yet.
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SF Water Power Sewer Feb 18
Replying to @pjkix @SF311 and 4 others
Crews are patrolling the lines and have not found the problem. No ETA yet
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SF Water Power Sewer Feb 18
Replying to @pjkix @SF311 and 4 others
good morning. Crews are on their way. Thanks.
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SF Water Power Sewer Feb 17
48 days into 2019 and you still haven't upgraded to SuperGreen? What are you waiting for? Join the movement by switching over to 100% renewable energy today
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SF Water Power Sewer Feb 16
Help keep your neighborhood storm drain or catch basin clean. Adopt-a-Drain today.
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