Learn how CAWD employs microorganisms and wastewater science and technology to transform what you flush into resources like recycled water for irrigation and wetlands, methane to power the plant, and biosolids for agriculture. Students are especially welcome to learn about conservation and environmental employment opportunities. During your tour, Plant Superintendent and guide extrordinaire James Pinkevich will show you all areas of operation, including the new reverse osmosis system. See why CAWD has won numerous awards, including Plant of the Year from the California Water Environment Association. Call Barbara at 624-1248 to schedule your outing.