FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Data Instincts hired for Public Outreach Services for Recycled Water Project in the City of Pacifica
Windsor, CA – July 27, 2004 - Data Instincts, one of Sonoma
County’s top ranking marketing and public relations firms, has been contracted
to assist the North Coast County Water District (NCCWD), and the San Francisco
Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC), with public outreach and information
services related to bringing recycled water to the City of Pacifica. The
intended use of recycled water would be for lawns and landscape irrigation at
Sharp Park Golf Course, a local middle school and high school, and at common
park areas and landscape strips along Highway 1 in Pacifica.
Mark Millan, principal of Data Instincts, known for his public outreach work on the Geysers Recharge Project, said, “We look forward to helping the people of Pacifica become familiar with the benefits of recycled water for their community.” Data Instincts continues to focus on recycled water and water conservation projects throughout the Bay Area, currently working with the cities of Santa Rosa, Redwood City, and the Town of Windsor.