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  • Volunteers at Hoover Garden Day
    Success Stories   

    Elementary, middle and high school students from across the County have been showing fans how to properly sort recyclables and compostables from trash at Cal football and basketball games as part of our partnership with Cal Athletics which began in 2014. Now Cal Athletes are helping out at the schools.

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  • Keep Your Green Bin Clean with a Newspaper Origami Liner

    Success Stories   

    During the last two years, StopWaste has been working with Memorial Tabernacle Church in North Oakland and their Youth Going Green (YGG) Program to help spread the word about the importance of composting, recycling, and energy efficiency programs. We are excited to share the series of tutorial videos we made with their help.

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  • Smart Kitchen Iniative: Using the LeanPath monitoring system to track preconsumer food waste.
    News  |  08/25/2016

    StopWaste programs to reduce food waste in commercial kitchens and Alameda County schools were recently profiled in BioCycle magazine.

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  • Success Stories   

    The United States Postal Service’s massive Oakland Processing and Distribution Center uses reusable containers to prevent waste and recycles undeliverable mail, paper, cardboard, bottles, cans, plastic film, pallets, and other materials, saving $200,000 per year.

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  • Brochures   

    A one page flyer that shows the process of how our food scraps are turned into compost.

  • Reports   

    This PDF contains current rate information for the following services:

    • Solid Waste and Recycling Services Offered in Basic Rate Package 
    • Monthly Rates for Residential Solid Waste/Recycling/Plant Debris/Bulky Clean Up 
    • Rates for Commercial Solid Waste/Recycling/Plant Debris/Bulky Clean Up

    (updated 9-26-17)

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  • Policies   

    ORDINANCE 2008-01

    Alameda County Waste Management Authority ordinance prohibiting the disposal of certain materials at Alameda County landfills. 

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