This form has a price schedule and more information about the hazardous waste drop-in program for businesses. The drop-in program accepts latex paint, aerosol cans, fluorescent lamps, and household batteries. Fill out this form and bring it with you.
This packet covers such topics as who can participate, what you need to do to start, what you can bring, and how to make an appointment. It also contains the CESQG self-certification form which you must fill out to participate in the program. Available as either a PDF or Word document.
Reusables 101 outlines the basics of reusable transport packaging: what it is, how it works, and why the switch makes sense for many businesses.
The San Francisco Department of the Environment maintains this list of distributors of compostable products, such as plates, cutlery, and to-go containers. Includes distributors’ contact information.
Upon completion of the required four grant deliverables, the organization needs to compile the results of the outreach activities and provide information to StopWaste using the attached templates. Download the $5K or $10K template as appropriate for your project.Read More
This grant includes more in-depth outreach with community members, including tracking at-home data to provide deeper insight into successes and challenges to adopting food waste reduction behaviors. The maximum grant award is up to $10,000 per organization, and must be used to support new or existing projects that address the issue of wasted food going to landfill.Read More
This document gives examples of the types of recycled content products that can be purchased to save the equivalent of one ton of carbon dioxide.