Massive SF Recycling Project to Save 30 Million Gallons of Drinking Water per Year

Massive SF Recycling Project to Save 30 Million Gallons of Drinking Water per Year

Fifty feet below the platform of the Powell Street BART Station sits the starting point for one of the largest water recycling projects in San Francisco — one that’s transforming dirty groundwater into clean steam heat for hundreds of downtown buildings. In the process, it’s saving tens of millions of gallons of drinking water annually.

Read the entire report on this project in San Francisco Project written by Dominic Faracassa