SF Public Utilities Commission: Wastewater Whirl Bike Ride

From SFWater:

Join the SF Public Utilities Commission and friends for a spin through the City’s streets as we explore the wonderful world of wastewater. We’ll visit San Francisco’s treatment plants, pump stations, storm drains, outfalls, and innovative green infrastructure installations. We’ll learn from the experts about the fascinating city beneath the city and the need to invest in our sewer infrastructure for future generations.

Part I

10:30am – Meet at Southeast Wastewater Treatment Plant, 750 Phelps St. at Evans.

Mix and mingle, pump up your tires, check out the Free Health Fair at the SE Community Facility, grab coffee at nearby Flora Grubb Gardens nearby. Street parking available; we encourage you to carpool or bike.

11am – Ride departs from Southeast Plant to Fort Mason (~8 miles, easy).

Part II

1pm – Meet at Fort Mason parking lot on Buchanan & Marina Blvd., Grab lunch or a snack.

1:30pm – Ride departs from Fort Mason to Oceanside Plant on the Great Highway, and back to Southeast Plant (~19 miles, medium to strenuous).

See our event at www.facebook.com/sfwater.

Please RSVP to jwalsh@sfwater.org

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