Even an epidemic cannot stop a tour of New York City’s annual Valentine’s Day sewage plant – but this year, it is running online.

Every year, the New York City Department of Environmental Conservation partners with Open House New York offer a Valentine’s Day tour of the Newtown Creek Wastewater Resource Recovery Facility, the city’s largest sewage plant in Brooklyn.

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Travel Is reportedly “wildly popular” and usually sells out quickly, according to New york post.

The Department of Environmental Protection Digestive Eggs stands in Newtown Creek Wastewater Resource Recovery Facility in Brooklyn.

The Department of Environmental Protection Digestive Eggs stands in Newtown Creek Wastewater Resource Recovery Facility in Brooklyn.
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But this year, the tour will be held on Zoom, for just $ 5 Event page. The hourlong event will begin on Sunday, February 4. 14. DEP also provides tours in April and October.

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In addition to a virtual tour of the facility, the event will also include a conversation with DEP director public design outreach Alicia West and an audience Q&A.

“Grab a date (or join the singles) and take a look inside the city’s largest sewage treatment plant, where wastewater – collected from storm drains and toilets and over a million New Yorkers – and a complex The system is cleaned each day, including eight giant stainless steel digester eggs, ”the Tour’s Eventbright page states.

If actually visiting a sewage plant is not your jam, you can also celebrate Valentine’s Day by naming a cockroach after your ex.

Brookfield ZooOutside of Chicago, it allows you to name one of your Madagascar cockroaches at the zoo with a $ 15 donation.

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Those who choose to do so will receive a certificate of naming and a spot on the zoo’s Cockroach Naming Board, which will be unveiled on Valentine’s Day.