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    This comprehensive 27-page guide provides examples of reusable foodware substitutes for disposable products that contribute to the waste generated by a typical food service business.

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    There's a better way to transform your lawn to a water-saving garden. 

    Click the button above to download the Sheet Mulch It! brochure. 

    And find more lawn conversion resources here: 

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    Are you a Fantastic Recycler or Just OK? This form provides instructions for how to figure out how much good stuff you are throwing away.

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    Download this 2 page flyer to learn more about StopWaste's Smart Kitchen Initiative. The program provides free assistance for mid- to high-volume food service operators in Alameda County to reduce pre-consumer food waste. Participating kitchens will save money on food purchases and improve operations.

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

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    The Reusables 102 guide presents a way to identify and compare the one-time cost per use of one-time or limited-use transport packaging ("one-time cost") with the lifetime cost per use of reusable transport packaging ("lifetime cost"). Substitute your own data to identify the ROI from switching to reusables in your company.

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    Reusables 101 outlines the basics of reusable transport packaging: what it is, how it works, and why the switch makes sense for many businesses.

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    This Energy Upgrade California brochure lists healthier, greener insulation products.

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    This 12-page guide provides paper saving tips and tools for office workers and managers in business, government, and other organizations.

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    Use this model specification language to require that a project be built as a Bay-Friendly Rated Landscape. The spec language defines Bay-Friendly and lists submittal requirements. Using this spec language earns innovation credits in the Bay-Friendly Rated Landscape rating system.

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