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  • Reports   

    News from StopWaste and its Member Agencies

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    News from StopWaste and its Member Agencies

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    In 2007, StopWaste earned LEED Platinum certification for the green renovation of its office building in Oakland. 

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    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.

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    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

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  • Policies   

    Bay-Friendly Basics are nine fundamental steps for creating a healthy garden or landscape that saves water and reduces waste. Many jurisdictions in Alameda County require certain landscape construction projects to meet the Bay-Friendly Basics requirements.

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    ORDINANCE 2008-01

    Alameda County Waste Management Authority ordinance prohibiting the disposal of certain materials at Alameda County landfills. 

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    The Mulch Guide (available in English and Spanish) has detailed information about using mulch to save money, control weeds, and create healthy landscapes. It includes information on types of mulch and how to use them successfully, sample maintenance specifications, information about using mulch for erosion control, photos of mulch installations and more. 

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    Looking for more information on waste prevention and reuse? The links below offer a wealth of information from reputable sources.

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  • Success Stories   

    When StopWaste moved to a new office, staff wanted to avoid the mountain of cardboard waste typical of a traditional move. By choosing reusable moving crates they prevented 826 pounds of cardboard waste, cut back on labor, and improved the efficiency of the move.

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