Sewer system among top priorities in 2010 

San Francisco’s utilities chief used an outdated sewage treatment plant in southeastern San Francisco as the backdrop for an end-of-year video message to his staff.

Important decisions about the planned modernization of the aging plant, which is a source of stench in the Bayview district, will be one of the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission’s priorities in 2010, General Manager Ed Harrington said in his videotaped address.

The SFPUC oversees water, wastewater and power issues for The City.

“Twenty-ten promises to be a great year for the SFPUC,” Harrington said. “We’ll continue our work to rebuild the Hetch Hetchy water system, we’ll build The City’s largest solar project at the Sunset Reservoir and we’ll make key decisions to modernize and rebuild this aging wastewater treatment plant and other critical parts of our city’s sewer infrastructure.”    

Here is the video.

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