StopWaste develops and maintains a wide range of initiatives to promote the Agency’s programs. Due to the volume and variety of the various programs, the Agency needs to maintain an up-to-date list of service providers who can assist with video development to support various agency campaigns and initiatives.Read More
- News | 07/19/2017
The Alameda County Household Hazardous Waste Program will host several community drop-off events this year. In addition to the traditional HHW materials generated in homes and gardens, medicine and controlled substances will now be collected. For the first time, residents can bring mattresses and box springs to the drop-off event!Read More
- News | 06/01/2017
This workshop for landscape professionals covers integrated pest management (IPM) principles and least toxic management strategies with a focus on biocontrol.Read More
This memo transmits the draft FY2017/18 Agency Budget, which includes appropriations by the WMA, RB, and EC totaling approximately $30.7 million. The Agency’s core budget is approximately $11 million, $400,000 less than FY16/17. Estimated total year-end core fund balances and reserves amount to $21.2 million. A budget presentation will be made by staff at the joint meeting on April 26, 2017.Read More
The FY 17-18 budget totals approximately $30.8 million. The Agency’s core budget is approximately $11.0 million, which is $400,000 less than the FY16-17 core budget. Estimated total year-end core fund balances and reserves amount to $21.2 million. The budget presentation was well received with no requests for changes or revisions by the Boards.
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