The Final 5 Year Financial and Compliance Audit by the NewPoint Group covers "Measure D" Recycling Fund revenues raised and spent in fiscal years 2006/2007 through 2010/2011.
A broad overview and evaluation of waste reduction programs within Alameda County, prepared by SAIC Energy, Environment & Infrastructure, LLC, with assistance from SERA, Inc. Profiles and comparisons of municipal programs and analysis of various operational and system issues, including every-other-week residential garbage collection and percentages of readily recyclable and compostable materials going to landfill in other communities.
- ReportsMeasure D established the Alameda County Source Reduction and Recycling Board. It was approved by the voters of Alameda County in November, 1990 by a margin of 63%. The requirements and prohibitions contained within the Alameda County Waste Reduction and Recycling Initaitve apply to the County of Alameda, as an entity, and to unincorporated areas within the county.
- News | 01/25/2012
In January 2012, the Alameda County Waste Management Authority adopted two ordinances that will help the county achieve its long-term waste reduction goals. The mandatory recycling ordinance requires larger businesses and multifamily properties to collect recyclables. The reusable bag ordinance prohibits free distribution of single-use bags at check out in stores that sell packaged food. The laws are designed to reduce waste and litter, stimulate the local economy and create jobs.Read More