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SF Water Power Sewer 5h
C is for a cleaner power option with more renewable energy.
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SF Water Power Sewer 10h
Flex your green thumb and learn some tips to creating a more sustainable urban garden 🌱.
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SF Water Power Sewer Apr 22
Today we celebrated with @MayorBreed on 's leadership on climate action and new clean electricity ordinance, which will require large commercial buildings to procure 100% of their energy from renewable sources.
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SF Water Power Sewer Apr 22
Our Biosolids Program is another example of our commitment to innovation and the environment. We are shifting from wastewater treatment toward resource recovery.
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London Breed Apr 22
San Francisco has always been a national leader when it comes to sustainability – but we know that the reality of climate change requires us to go further.
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SF Environment β™»οΈπŸ’š Apr 22
Big News! San Francisco could become the first city in the nation to require large commercial property owners to switch their buildings to 100% renewable energy.
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SF Water Power Sewer Apr 22
Part of the northbound lane of the Great Highway has opened except for one lane between Lawton and Noriega streets. Our crews continue to work on necessary infrastructure inspections due to safety concerns.
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SF Environment β™»οΈπŸ’š Apr 19
Happy Earth Month, Week, Day, Year! 🌏 We've got a ton of activities this weekend and beyond. How are you giving back to your community this month? Join in and get involved!
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SF Water Power Sewer Apr 22
Every day is Earth Day and every month is Earth Month here at the SFPUC. Every decision we make is anchored to our commitment to a more sustainable and resilient San Francisco.
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SF Water Power Sewer Apr 21
There is no better time than now to make sure your household is prepared for whenever the next disaster may strike.
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SF Water Power Sewer Apr 21
What flush really does matter. Here at the SFPUC, out of sight is definitely front of mind for us! Flush responsibly.
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SF Water Power Sewer Apr 20
Fight by powering up with more renewable and cleaner energy through .
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SF Water Power Sewer Apr 20
Sip, sip, pass. SF tap water too good not to share!
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SF Water Power Sewer Apr 20
Replying to @mumbaikara
good morning! Crews are responding to a leak on a pipe nearby. No ETA yet on water return to service.
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SF Water Power Sewer Apr 19
is the perfect time to remember the importance of sustainability. Celebrate with us on Monday at a family-friendly event at the College Hill Learning Garden. There will be workshops on sustainable windowsill gardens, snacks, prizes and more.
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SF Water Power Sewer Apr 19
A clogged catch basin or storm drain is really a sight for sore eyes. Help our crews prevent localized flooding by adopting your local drain today!
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SF Water Power Sewer Apr 19
Interested in learning how our SF HQ is harvesting rainwater and conserving our precious drinking water through our Living Machine system? Sign up for our building tour today:
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SF Water Power Sewer Apr 18
Water conservation starts with using the right water for the right use. San Francisco is using treated wastewater for non-potable uses, like cleaning our City streets and public park irrigation.
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SF Water Power Sewer Apr 18
Every little trembler is a stark reminder for San Francisco Bay Area residents that we are long over due for the "Big One"! As you are wondering when the next one might hit, make sure your household stays prepared.
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SF Water Power Sewer Apr 18
Today marks the 113th anniversary of the great quake of 1906. The effects of the earthquake and limited access to drinking water was a driving force for the building of our Hetch Hetchy Reservoir and reshaped the way San Francisco managed its utilities.
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