California’s severe drought is taking a serious toll on San Francisco’s aging sewer system.
Many of the Bay Area’s Tri-Valley residents can’t get enough of treated sewer water used for plants, trees and lawns. It’s so much that the Dublin-San Ramon Services District is having a tough time keeping up with demand.
PACIFICA (CBS SF) – The City of Pacifica is asking people to reduce their water use during the rainy weather. The massive rain totals have caused problems for the waste water treatment plant. City officials […]
San Francisco is scrambling to prepare for a powerful storm in an area of the city notorious for flooding during heavy rain.
Employees were evacuated from a Target store in Petaluma Wednesday morning because of a sulfur-type odor, a fire captain said.
Water rates at the East Bay’s largest water district are on the increase beginning next month.
A clogged plastic sewer pipe near a south Sausalito home caused more than 50,000 gallons of wastewater to spill into the San Francisco Bay this week.
The Oakland Athletics dealt with another sewage problem yesterday, this time in their dugout instead of the clubhouse area and nearby hallway.
A large sinkhole that appeared Monday in San Francisco’s Presidio Heights neighborhood will likely take the rest of the week to repair, according to a spokesman for the city’s Public Utilities Commission.
A sinkhole in San Francisco’s Haight District partially swallowed a sewage system cleaning truck Monday evening, an incident captured in photos by local blog Haighteration.