The King County Wastewater Treatment Division held a lunch at one of its facilities that featured crops grown in gardens at the wastewater treatment plant (WWTP). Vegetable and flower gardens were established using soil mixed with biosolids compost. The gardens were watered with Class A sand-filtered water, which is also produced at the WWTP. The luncheon dispelled client concerns that food would taste different if grown using reclaimed water or biosolids compost. The pick your own event allowed guests to see the growth response for plants grown using the wastewater products.