Why a Water Regulatory Specialist Fights for Environmental Justice

As a Regulatory Specialist in the SFPUC’s Water Enterprise over the last three years, Jowin “JJ” Jung most enjoys collaborating with different people across the agency.  She works with her team to ensure compliance with what’s known as the Unified Program, including:  Hazardous Materials Release Response Plans and Inventories Program California Accidental Release Prevention Program…

SF Celebrates Community Service and Non-Potable Water Programs

The SFPUC received Resource Efficiency and Community Service Awards for its Hummingbird Farm and Non-Potable Water Program from the California Municipal Utilities Association (CMUA), the state’s leading professional group for water and power industry professionals in the public sector. The SFPUC received the CMUA award in the community service programs category for its innovative and…

A Slice of Pi with Future Engineers and Scientists

Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education is essential for the future success of the students in our communities. The SFPUC and its social impact partners, Stantec, Wood Group PLC, McMillen Jacobs Associates, and Black and Veatch is participating in Tuolumne County’s third annual Engineers and Scientists in Schools Week, taking place this week, from…

SFPUC Honored by the National Association of Corrosion Engineers

The award committee of the National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE) recently voted the SFPUC as the 2018 Outstanding Company for our active promotion and support of its industry. NACE bestows this prestigious honor once per year. For many years, the SFPUC’s engineering staff has been taking an active role in NACE’s Western Area Conference events. SFPUC…