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StopWaste’s office building in Oakland recently earned a 2-Star rating from Fitwel, the world’s leading certification system for buildings designed and operate
Livermore, CA – A thin layer of compost applied to grasslands could help fight climate change by capturing carbon from the atmosphere and storing it in the soil, recent research shows. 
StopWaste is sponsoring content for a newsletter series in Edible East Bay about delicious ways to use seasonal foods that might otherwise end up in the compost, as well as food storage tips and recipes.
The Alameda County Source Reduction and Recycling Board has a vacancy in the category of “a representative of the recyclable materials processing industry.” The appointee must live in Alameda County.
Approximately 40 percent of edible food in the U.S. ends up in landfills, never reaching a plate, despite the fact that one out of five residents (2/3 are children and seniors) faces food insecurity in Alameda County.

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