SEWER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
In 2008, the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) moved into a multi-year environmental review process for the S.F. Sewer System Master Plan, a long-term planning document addressing needs of the city sewer system. One critical project outlined is the replacement of the seismically vulnerable, 50+ year old Southeast Treatment Plant
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As part of the Sewer System Master Planning process, a community group was formed: the Southeast Digesters Task Force. The advisory group reviewed information on the replacement of the seismically unreliable Southeast Treatment Plant digesters and provided their concerns and recommendations to the SFPUC Wastewater Enterprise. They provided input on site selection of the digesters, cost and facility design themes, architectural improvements and street façade, and overall community integration of the project. The Southeast Digesters Task Force provided feedback to minimize the odor and noise to the community.
To download a copy of the Digester Task Force's final work document produced in June 2010 click the report to the right. The findings of the task force will aid the Sewer System Improvement Program planning process.