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  • Success Stories   
    The Dona Spring Municipal Animal Shelter, a beautiful new facility at the north end of Berkeley's Aquatic Park, replaces a well-worn shelter built in the 1950s. Named in honor Dona Spring, a former Berkeley Councilmember and longtime advocate for animal welfare, the new shelter is highly visible from the freeway and more accessible to visitors and volunteers.
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  • Reports   

    In 2006, StopWaste.Org utilized a local consulting firm to analyze a year’s worth of waste management plan data submitted to several Alameda County cities to develop estimates for C&D waste generation based on construction project type.

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  • Shasta Hills Fire Station, Berkeley - A Bay-Friendly Rated Landscape
    Success Stories   

    The Shasta Hills Fire Station was the City of Berkeley's first LEED certified building with a Bay-Friendly Rated Landscape. All the new plants are low water-using, California native species. To reduce labor costs, plant waste and water use, the design included no lawns and no hedges that require shearing.

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  • Parlette residence, green remodel in Berkeley, CA
       
    Architect and homeowner Chris Parlette transformed a tiny, nondescript house into a light-filled home that’s energy efficient, spacious and stylish.
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  • Everleigh green home remodel in Berkeley, CA
       
    Randy Eveleigh’s small Berkeley home has undergone a radical transformation. The property’s original house dates to 1928; over the next few decades several poorly built additions were tacked on, transforming the structure into a duplex.
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