Updated for 2019!
This annual report recognizes—and quantifies—the commitment of StopWaste's member agencies to landscapes that provide multiple environmental and community benefits, including carbon sequestration and greenhouse gas reductions resulting from applying compost to the soil.Read More
Side and top dressing with compost gradually builds up soil health, fertilizes plants, and is really easy to do. To side dress, sprinkle compost or worm castings at the base of plants. To top dress, spread compost on soil just right before planting.Read More
The Alameda County Waste Reduction and Recycling Initiative (Measure D), levies a surcharge on solid waste landfilled in unincorporated Alameda County. Fifty percent of Recycling Fund revenues are disbursed to cities and sanitary districts that meet criteria contained in the law. Funds disbursed to municipalities must be used "...for the continuationRead More
- | 05/24/2019
At a recognition event this week, StopWaste acknowledged the recipients of the 2019 StopWaste Business Efficiency Awards, given for outstanding achievements in waste reduction.Read More
- Topic Briefs
Since 2000, StopWaste has recognized dozens of businesses for exemplary waste reduction practices as part of its Business Efficiency Awards. In 2019, StopWaste is recognizing six Alameda County businesses who stand out in their efforts to help the county achieve its waste reduction and energy efficiency goals.Read More