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    The Flatten Cardboard sticker is 2” by 7” and is intended for use on indoor containers and can help employees, customers or contractors see with a glance what types of materials belong in each container. These labels are not for placement on outdoor hauler/service provider collection containers.

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    The Organics sticker is 7” by 4.5” and is intended for use on indoor containers and can help employees, customers or contractors see with a glance what types of materials belong in each container. These labels are not for placement on outdoor hauler/service provider collection containers.

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    The Garbage sticker is 2” by 7” and is intended for use on indoor containers and can help employees, customers or contractors see with a glance what types of materials belong in each container. These labels are not for placement on outdoor hauler/service provider collection containers.

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    The Recycling sticker is 7” by 4.5” and is intended for use on indoor containers and can help employees, customers or contractors see with a glance what types of materials belong in each container. These labels are not for placement on outdoor hauler/service provider collection containers.

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    It’s easy to recycle and prevent waste before it’s produced. Use these convenient, concise resources to take your business waste reduction to the next level.

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    It’s easy to recycle at work. Use these convenient, concise step-by-step resources and you’re off to a great start.

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    News  |  07/14/2014

    Composting reduces waste and builds healthy soil to support local food production and protect against the impacts of extreme weather, from droughts to heavy rainfall.

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    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.

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    Published on May 1, 2014

    Food scraps become nutrient-rich compost that's used to grow crops on farms, like Terra Bella Family Farm in Alameda County.

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    A list of suppliers for recycling, composting, and trash containers.

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