Reluctant to call himself a role model, David George proves to be just that day in and day out. Not only did David excel at his new career path in the construction industry, but he made sure to bring others along with him.
Upgrades to the Southeast Treatment Plant are underway to make the plant look better, smell better and work better. Over the last few months we demolished the old Headworks facility along Evans Avenue in preparation for a new facility designed to be more efficient and reduce odors. In 2020 we’ll be ramping up construction activities and starting work on the biggest project that will replace the aging solids handling facilities along Jerrold Avenue between Phelps and the Caltrain tracks.
Through our laundry to landscape graywater program, you can learn how to reuse graywater to help water your plants and garden and you will also help reduce the amount of potable water entering our sewer system.
The SFPUC has launched the Rain Guardians program, which allows residents to adopt rain gardens across the City! Watch Karen’s video to learn more about what it means to become a “guardian” of our new rain gardens.
The SFPUC Workforce and Economic Program Services team works in partnership with community-based organizations and local unions to implement different programs and trainings within our communities, enabling San Francisco residents to become qualified to work on our construction projects happening across the City. Hear from several Bayview–Hunters Point residents on their experience completing a pre-apprenticeship training with the Laborers, and how these innovative programs are shaping their lives and careers.