A public agency reducing waste in Alameda County
The Countywide Integrated Waste Management Plan identifies solid waste facilities and wastesheds within Alameda County and describes the countywide plan for reaching the county-mandated 75% recycling goal. The CoIWMP was first adopted in 1997.
In 2010, StopWaste adopted a Strategic Plan with new waste diversion goal: by 2020, less than 10 percent of what winds up in Alameda County’s landfills will be readily recyclable
Looking for more information on waste prevention and reuse? The links below offer a wealth of information from reputable sources.