How Your Photo Can be Featured in the SFPUC’s 2022 Calendar

It’s that time of the year again. The SFPUC is inviting the public to submit photos for its annual pollution prevention calendar. The SFPUC’s Pollution Prevention Program focuses on outreach, education, and legislation to prevent pollutants from affecting where the community works, plays and lives, aiming to preserve San Francisco for future generations to enjoy….

A Day in the Life: Meet Marvin Allen

“What would I say to someone looking to join the construction industry? You’ll be making the bestdecision of your life,” says San Francisco resident, Marvin Allen. “As a Journeyman Laborer for Malcolm Drilling on the Headworks Facility Project, I’m working with the cages that are going into the ground for the foundation,” he explained, “Which,…

Why Richard Thi Believes Shared Ideas, Walks of Life and Experiences Make a Difference

Growing up, Richard Thi never thought about a career in public service, let alone working at a wastewater treatment plant. Raised in San Francisco’s Bayview-Hunters Point, Thi is an apprentice stationary engineer at the Southeast Treatment Plant for the SFPUC’s Wastewater Enterprise. He is currently going through his final year in the four-year apprenticeship program….