Baykeeper In The News
Articles and other news featuring Baykeeper's role in protecting the Bay
SF Chronicle | May 26, 2011 | Bay Recreation
The Bay Area is a good place for beachgoers to surf, swim and frolic in the waves, unless you're trying to do it on San Francisco's Baker Beach and a few other places where plumes of bacteria regularly flow into the ocean, according to a statewide beach report card released Wednesday.
San Jose Mercury News | May 25, 2011 | Sick of Sewage
Environmental nonprofit San Francisco Baykeeper won a summary judgment this week against West Bay Sanitary District in U.S. District Court, establishing the district's legal liability for 21 separate sewage spills into San Francisco Bay.
San Francisco Chronicle | May 24, 2011 | Sick of Sewage
A federal judge has found a Menlo Park sanitary district liable for 21 sewage spills into creeks and sloughs that drain into San Francisco Bay over a five-year period.
East Bay Express | April 8, 2011 | Sick of Sewage
Most East Bay residents take their local sanitary systems for granted and don't think twice about where the waste goes once it disappears down drains and toilets. But a group of state and federal water protection agencies contend that East Bay cities are polluting San Francisco Bay with untreated and partially treated sewage and have obtained...
The Bay Citizen | March 30, 2011 | America's Cup
The America’s Cup could spread something far more destructive across San Francisco Bay than tourists and fast-moving catamarans. While residents on Thursday will discover the extent of traffic and transit havoc that will be wrought by the event, environmentalists have been warning city and port officials that the regatta will provide an...
CBS San Francisco | March 16, 2011 | Sick of Sewage
A federal court has ordered seven municipal sewage systems to upgrade leaky facilities which have spewed millions of gallons of sewage into San Francisco Bay this winter.
Contra Costa Times | March 16, 2011 | Sick of Sewage
East Bay cities will speed sewer system improvements under an agreement announced Tuesday that is the latest in a decades-long drive to slow the flow of raw sewage into San Francisco Bay.
San Francisco Chronicle | March 16, 2011 | Sick of Sewage
Federal regulators have ordered six East Bay cities and one sanitary district to replace aging, cracked pipes responsible for flushing 125 million gallons of raw and partially treated sewage into San Francisco Bay this winter.
South San Francisco Patch | March 15, 2011 | Sick of Sewage
The South San Francisco city council approved a settlement last Thursday with local environmental group San Francisco Baykeeper to reduce the city's sewage spill rate into the Bay.