In dealing with the San Diego Water Department’s Customer Service Representatives, have you been the victim of one of the following:
“Sewage Recycling” “Toilet-to-Tap” “Reservoir Augmentation” “Indirect Potable Reuse” etc. etc. etc. The names for this process go on ad nauseam and reflect San Diego’s split on the subject, but the truth is that there are many concerned that need to be addressed from a factual stand point.
Getting to borrow my oh-so-punny headline from the other day, it looks like Councilman Kevin Faulconer has another way to generate money for the City of San Diego--selling sewer to SDG&E. Now, I'm sure there are a lot of UCAN members and SDG&E customers who would love to sell some of their sewer to SDG&E. Heck, I'm sure some of them would give it away--in a throwing manner, of course--to SDG&E. Is this another attempt to raise money like putting solar panels on the top of light poles or will this actually be a good way to generate some money for the City? Let's find out.
Shhh. Do you see it? Over there? It's hiding between December and March. Quiet down! You still don't see it. Crickey! You just scared it away!
Since finding a Water Department billing policy isn't something you'd normally call Steve Irwin or Jeff Corwin to handle, UCAN can help you track down something that's just as clandestine as the poisonous yellow-bellied ratus-hikus snake: the elusive Winter Monitoring Period.