Have you ever wondered what happens to the water you use after it goes down the drain?
To find out, join us on a fascinating and educational visit to the Sacramento Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant in Elk Grove on our next Capital Science Communicators Science Tour! You’ll also learn how their EchoWater Project will help meet new environmental regulations.
CapSciComm Science Tour:
Sacramento Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant
Friday, October 18th, 2019
2:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
8521 Laguna Station Road, Elk Grove, California, 95758
Participation is free, but please register by our October 17th cutoff to attend this Science Tour. CapSciComm will be submitting names of all tour participants for the security clearance process required by Regional San.
• Please arrive 10 to 15 minutes early to allow time to enter the Plant and check-in through our security gate.
• All tour participants must be 16 years or older. Any minors should be accompanied by an adult.
• For security reasons adults will be asked to show identification such as a driver license.
• For safety reason, closed toed shoes are required (NO SANDALS OR HIGH HEELS)
• Dress in comfortable clothing. A hat and sunglasses are recommended during the outdoor portion of the tour.
• This tour involves a classroom style presentation and a walking portion (about 1.5 miles), including some stairs and steps.
Our thanks to Sherrie Lowery and Sharon Sargeant from the communications team at Regional San for welcoming us on this tour — we look forward to an interesting and informative visit!
Plus, the tour will be informally paired the following day with an Open Trail Day in The Bufferlands, a 2,150-acre expanse of open space surrounding the treatment plant that provides high quality wildlife habitat while also serving as a nuisance buffer. Join your fellow Science Peppers on Saturday, October 19th, and enjoy over five miles of trails through the wetlands, lakes, and riparian forests!
— The CapSciComm Board