StopWaste has issued a Request for Qualifications from firms and individuals to help develop and promote the Agency’s marketing and outreach programs. The Agency needs to maintain an up-to-date list of service providers who can assist in the execution of the various campaigns and initiatives.Read More
StopWaste is seeking professional services to train public agency staff (14 cities and the County) who enforce building codes within Alameda County to use the StopWaste Water Efficient Landscape Ordinance (WELO) Tool Kit and also provide sample WELO compliant submittals and landscape plans.Read More
- News | 06/21/2018
The City of Berkeley is hosting a workshop about building electrification for members of Green Cities California and the Urban Sustainability Directors Network.Read More
- News | 06/19/2018
On July 28, the California Resource Recovery Association (CRRA) will recognize StopWaste deputy executive director and recycling veteran, Tom Padia, at its annual Conference and Tradeshow at the Oakland Marriot City Center.Read More
In keeping with the financial targets set by the Boards, the core budget for FY 18-19 is approximately $10.6 million, which is $400,000 less than the FY 17-18 core budget.
- Alameda County Waste Management Authority - May 23, 2018
- Energy Council - May 23, 2018
- Source Reduction and Recycling Board - June 14, 2018
Authored by StopWaste and Arup, this primer provides an overview of a circular economy framework for the built environment at the community, neighborhood and building scales. The ideas and concepts included here are intended to stimulate local government decision-makers and staff in Alameda County and beyond to consider policies and actions in their jurisdictions.Read More
From 2010 to 2016, StopWaste chaired the Multifamily Home Energy Coordinating Committee (MF HERCC), which was a subcommittee of the U.S. EPA's California Home Energy Retrofit Coordinating Committee.
In 2015, MF HERCC updated and published two reports:Read More