On this page you will find information on each of the three corporate agreements on urban public services. Our mission is to provide our customers with high-quality, efficient and reliable water, electricity and wastewater services in a way that integrates environmental and community interests and preserves the resources entrusted to us. Covers and applies to employees who perform administrative and technical functions within municipal utilities and whose classification is described in the agreement. Our Vac-Con trucks help keep collection ponds and rain drains free of garbage and debris throughout San Francisco. Our teams are on hand to explain how this truck helps keep our sewer system running smoothly. Do not throw “disposable” wipes in the toilet, they will wreak havoc on our sewage system. Remember to shoot only the 3 Ps (poop, paper, piss). Meet Darrell Andrews, the Chief Stationary Engineer at our agency headquarters at 525 Golden Gate Ave. Whether it`s maintaining the sustainable functionality of our in-house non-potable water treatment center, the Living Machine, or ensuring that the rooftop rain gauge works seamlessly, Darrell plays an important role in ensuring that our LEED Platinum certified building ecosystem works properly. .
If you have any questions about the Utilita portal, please send an email to [email protected] Covers and applies to Urban Utilities employees within the saS Laboratory division, whose classification is described in the agreement. For Tammy Egger, CEQSP has a long-standing relationship with her family. As a biologist in the Natural Resources and Land Management Department, she plays a vital role in monitoring the quality of our drinking water. The Utilita portal is only available to authorized Utilita employees. As the sole truck driver in our wastewater treatment business, Vicki Jones plays a critical role in ensuring our system remains reliable and resilient. .