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An Invitation To Spend St Valentine’s Day At Brooklyn’s Greenpoint Sewage Plant

by | 13th, February 2014

sewage brooklyn An Invitation To Spend St Valentines Day At Brooklyn’s Greenpoint Sewage Plant

THIS St Valentine’s Day, don’t get that special one a children’s toy (it’s creepy). Get them something grown up. Get them a ticket to the 3rd Annual Valentine’s Day Digester Egg Tour. What’s that? It’s this:

Love is in the Air: The 3rd Annual Valentine’s Day Digester Egg Tour

Join us on Friday, February 14 for an exclusive Valentine’s Day tour of the Digester Eggs at the Newtown Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant. The tour will include an overview of the wastewater treatment process followed by a visit to the observation deck atop the famous Digester Eggs. Guests will be treated to an unobstructed view of the iconic Manhattan skyline and will take home a special giveaway.

Tours begin at 9:30AM, 11:00AM, and 1:00PM. Space is limited so be sure to reserve your spot early. To register, please complete the quick form below.

Sorry, no children under 12 are allowed. Guests under 18 must have a release form signed by a parent or guardian. All guests will be required to sign a release form at the beginning of the tour.

We look forward to seeing you!

Well, they’ve see what comes out of you, so why not meet the person behind the spit, spew and good:

New York City’s 14 wastewater treatment plants together treat 1.3 billion gallons of wastewater daily. Our system combines sanitary flow, created each time a New Yorker turns on a tap, runs a washing machine or flushes a toilet, and runoff that enters our sewers whenever it rains or snows.

But what of the Digester Eggs?

The Newtown Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant is home to eight futuristic stainless steel-clad digesters known as the Digester Eggs. The Digester Eggs play a critical role in wastewater treatment as they process as many as 1.5 million gallons of sludge (the organic material removed from sewage) each day. Located in Brooklyn’s Greenpoint neighborhood, the Newtown Creek facility is the largest of New York City’s 14 treatment plants and has the capacity to treat more than 300 million gallons of wastewater daily.

Spotter: Brokelyn



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